Artificial Intelligence

The Military’s Network Warfare Experiment Scaled Up This Year

The U.S. Army-led experiment attempted to create a lot more targets, challenges, and complexities to test out futuristic concepts.

US Working on AI to Predict Ukraine’s Ammo and Weapons Needs

But a Pentagon watchdog is already unhappy with the way materiel is being tracked.

Military-Funded Program Produces A Self-Propelling Mesh Network In Space

Satellites that take advantage of the unique atmospheric conditions of low-earth orbit.

Self-Driving Cars Could Soon See Much Better

Advances in laser range-finding could enable much smarter smart vehicles.

Defense One Radio, Ep. 104: What we learned at the Tech Summit

Sixteen guests join us to discuss the war in Ukraine, cyber warfare, the challenges posed by China, and much more from this year's Defense One Technology Summit.

DARPA's '3rd Wave' AI Aims to Compute Uncertainty Along with Accuracy

"Machine learning algorithms do not currently fit well into the modern statistical processing paradigm."

‘Collaborative, Portable Autonomy’ Is the Future of AI for Special Operations

Creating autonomous teams in contested environments will be a challenge of technology—and policy.

Special Operators Want AI to Help Discern Public Opinion

New sentiment-analysis tools would improve psyops, SOCOM commander says.

Russia’s Artificial Intelligence Boom May Not Survive the War

Sanctions and brain drain have had a massive impact on the high-tech economy, and the effects may linger for years.

New Tech Budget Request is the Defense Department’s Largest Ever

Pursuing China, the Pentagon aims to bump spending for artificial intelligence and 5G.

To Get Better at AI, Get Better at Finding AI Talent

The military branches need to coordinate on goals and means of cultivating people who can advance the use of artificial intelligence.

AI Could Match 'Fingerprints' of Texts To Their Authors, Under New Intelligence Program

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity takes aim at a capability that might one day help fight disinformation and human trafficking.

The Near Future of Military Autonomy Isn’t Robotanks, But ‘Microservices’

Instead of commanding killer robots, most troops will get helping hands from things like driving assistance software.

New Operating System Aims to Speed AI to the Battlefield

The project is part of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center’s 8-month-old AI and Data Accelerator.