US Army teams up with Carnegie Mellon University with $72 million to develop AI which enhances national security and defense (3/8)

US Army has put a five year program in motion, where it’s Combat Capabilities Development Command’s, Army Research Laboratory would team up with Carnegie Mellon University to develop AI that “enhance[s] national security and defense. 

The research would involve adversarial algorithms that can respond to enemy AI, autonomous networking that adapts to electromagnetic and cyber events, and systems that “increase survivability” in contested environments.

“Tackling difficult science and technology challenges is rarely done alone and there is no greater challenge or opportunity facing the Army than Artificial Intelligence.

The Army is looking forward to making great advances in AI research to ensure readiness today and to enhance the Army’s modernization priorities for the future.”