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Why is the US military building a vast AI system and how will it change the battlefield of the future?

Amazon and Microsoft are vying for a controversial 'war cloud' contract worth $10 billion

7/11/2019

Why is the US military building a vast AI system and how will it change the battlefield of the future?

Amazon and Microsoft are vying for a controversial 'war cloud' contract worth $10 billion

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"It emphasises mission and tactical edge needs along with the requirement to prepare for artificial intelligence while accounting for protection and efficiencies."

According to the Defense Department's strategy document, the project will replace the military's"disjointed and stove-piped information systems".

Read more: The Independent

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