US Army to increase soldiers' AI use with new app
The US Army has partnered with the USC Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) to develop an app to teach soldiers how to use artificial intelligence (AI) tools. Named Game-If-AI, the solution has been designed to prepare personnel deployed in technical and non-technical areas.
The app uses AI and gamification techniques to train skills and competencies to build, interact with or manage AI systems by utilising concepts adapted from the army and USC’s learning programmes.
Aaron Shiel, software engineer in the learning sciences team within the ICT, claimed: ‘The questions that [the US Army] tried to answer were: how can we improve education using
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