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Techniques to Camouflage and Deceive AI/ML or Autonomous Systems on the Battlefield

The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) was asked to research techniques for defeating adversary artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) target recognition. AI/ML research is driving the advancement of the next generation of automatic target recognition…

Artificial Intelligence in DoD Business Mission Areas

  The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC) was asked for a literature review of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) publications that describe the employment or attempted employment of artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning…

Infrared Imagery of Tactical Vehicles & Personnel

DSIAC was asked for IR images of vehicles and human targets from ground platforms such as an M1 or M2 Bradley tank. DSIAC searched open sources and provided information on the forward-looking infrared automated driver assistance systems IR…

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Researchers Improve Human-AI Interaction for Combat Vehicles

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD — Artificial intelligence, or AI-enabled systems, are a part of everyday life — people use AI software to figure out the best way to navigate to new places, ask virtual agents in…

COVID-19: Army IVAS Goggles Now Take Temperatures

WASHINGTON — Hundreds of soldiers at Fort Benning are now getting their temperatures checked using the Army’s prototype targeting goggles. The Army made this latest modification in just 4 days to the rapidly-evolving Integrated Visual Augmentation System. This…

Army Researchers Measure Reliability, Confidence for Next-Gen AI

ADELPHI, MD (March 30, 2020) – A team of Army and industry researchers has developed a metric for neural networks–computing systems modeled loosely after the human brain–that could assess the reliability and confidence of the…