Ah, the military must want to guarantee the effort will fail so they can protect their cushy little jobs, because $29.8 million for an AI project on the scope of military data sets is a pathetic joke.
The US Northern Command, the military command group designated to protect North America from attack, has lobbied Congress for $29.8m to expand its IT infrastructure to better support machine-learning technologies. The request is part of the command's unfunded priorities list for fiscal year 2023, a wish list of all the gear …
Wednesday 13th April 2022 12:25 GMT El Bard
“In defeat, malice. In victory, revenge!”
"Incorporating artificial intelligence and machine learning into existing capabilities will allow users to pull needed information from existing data sets and share that data with leaders at all levels to expand their decision space and options necessary to achieve desirable outcomes."
If they still ran *Yes Minister*, this would certainly fit in an episode very well indeed.
Wednesday 13th April 2022 13:36 GMT Mike 137
Lost by its own verbosity?
"to move quicker down the path of domain awareness, information dominance and decision superiority"
Could this pompous verbiage be an indicator of potential programme failure? In my experience such language frequently conceals a lack of clarity about what is actually to be achieved.
Wednesday 13th April 2022 16:29 GMT Pascal Monett