DARPA to use artificial intelligence to help commanders in 'gray zone' conflicts

Defense News: Across the military branches, commanders are looking at how artificial intelligence can be used to fly better aerial routes, insert robotic vehicles into formations and process vast amounts of data in the information-dense battlefields of the near future.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency recently started a program that looks to use that same technology and other tools to get inside the enemy’s head, learning their intent in the nebulous “gray zone” of conflict that marks modern warfare.

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