Army Futures Command is investing in a number of new efforts to help bolster its soldiers understanding of artificial intelligence, the command's leader said June 10.
The military is gung-ho about the possible benefits that could be reaped from better utilizing artificial intelligence. The Army established its new Futures Command in 2018 to spearhead the service’s top acquisition priorities. The command is now looking to boost the service’s AI skills with a new military program.
“I'm convinced that the Army has got to start now to build the talent that they're going to need in a future environment if machine learning and artificial intelligence is going to be important to us and I'm convinced it absolutely is,” Gen. John “Mike” Murray said during a webinar hosted by the Association of the United States Army.
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