Big brains, small tasks: Industry sees military payoff for AI in more modest assignments

From predicting equipment failures on an F-16 before they happen to sorting through a mountain of data to correct overhead video in real time for a U.S. special forces team, the rapidly expanding role of artificial intelligence in today’s military is often much less exciting than its critics suggest, but more important than most realize.

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