The role of machine learning in a new era of asymmetric warfare (sponsored)
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What benefit does machine learning give us in the battlespace? How can we use it ethically to make the right decisions? Is the human in the loop or on the loop?
In forthcoming conflicts, it may not be possible to rely on well-defined chains-of-command. The challenge then becomes one of establishing a trusted, distributed and decentralised decision-making process.
L3Harris’ Prof. Paul Brittan explores how modern battlefield constraints impact the architecture and performance of contemporary machine learning techniques.
What benefit does machine learning give us in the battlespace? How can we use it ethically to make the right decisions? And where is the human – in the loop or on the loop?
Join Paul for his presentation at DSEI in the Global Theatre on 11 September at 14:30.
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