U.S. Army Looks to AI to Offset Waning “Human Capability”
by Untactic Al
Nov 14, 2019
WASHINGTON D.C. – Timed to coincide with Veterans Day, the Army announced that Artificial Intelligence (AI) was going to be added to all armored combat vehicles which would be followed by all other vehicles and equipment in the near future.
“We are deploying an AI modification which will control all aspects of operating and fighting armored vehicles including sensor integration, computing layer and data analytics,” CSM Brad Lee, Army AI Task Force Manager, told Article 107 News in an interview.
The Task Force is also working on systems for installation onto UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, Long-Range Precision Fires systems and Next-Gen Combat Vehicles, he said.
“We are at a desperate crossroads and we need AI installed as rapidly as is humanly possible. Readiness is at an all time low and we will have difficulty countering even minimal threats,” Lee explained. “It’s just a human capability issue with our soldiers, since 87% of them raise their left hand during the enlistment oath.”
Prior to joining the Article 107 News Team, Untactic Al had a controversial and checkered 36-year career in the United States Air Force. He recently received his DD-214 blankie. The fact that he made it as far as he did merely illustrates the incompetence of his leadership.
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