20th century warfare was like football, with lines, phases, and pauses, the head of Army Futures Command told us. 21st century conflict is like hockey: unrelenting, brutal, and chaotic. So how do you coordinate your players well enough to win?
CAPITOL HILL: “If you’re talking about future ground combat, you’re not talking tens of thousands of sensors,” Gen. John “Mike” Murray told me here. “We’ve got that many in Afghanistan, right now. You’re talking hundreds of thousands if not millions of sensors.”
How do you make sense of all that data for human soldiers and commanders?
“That’s why machine learning, artificial intelligence – especially broader artificial intelligence — is so critical,” the chief of Army Futures Command replied. READ MORE...
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