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U.S. DEVCOM Working On Compression Algorithm That Would Revolutionize Battlefield AI

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U.S. DEVCOM Working On Compression Algorithm That Would Revolutionize Battlefield AI

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The United States Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) in cooperation with the Army Research Laboratory and university partners from the Internet of Battlefield Things Collaborative Research Alliance (IoBT CRA) are hard at work on a new battlefield artificial intelligence (AI) solution.

The aim is to develop a system that can provide battlefield applications with pressing machine intelligence, even when the local environment is not able to facilitate AI processing.

The solution offloads data from the battlefield to remote processing engines by enabling a much higher degree of compression of the data than previously possible.

Transferring data between field devices like Army-relevant sensors, such as cameras, LiDARs, radars, IR sensors and a remote server usually takes a significant amount of time.

Compressing the data puts less burden on the battlefield system, allowing it to send the data to the processing machine elsewhere more efficiently.

Researchers recently tested the compression solution by offloading an image from one device at the lab’s Multi-Purpose Sensing Area at White Sands Missile Range and an IoBT CRA server in Massachusetts.

Testing of this solution showed that compression was four times more effective than an image’s compression capability, which is the current image compression standard.

This ultra-high compression was achieved by analyzing and then preserving only the data features the AI will need to use later for accurate processing.

For example, in an application where the goal is to recognize different types of vehicles in an image, it is important to identify what cues are used by the AI to distinguish the different types of vehicles.

Those cues should be preserved by compression when data is sent from the field. Other irrelevant information can be compressed away to improve compression abilities.

If successful, this solution can revolutionize AI for Army applications and increase autonomy in mission execution by bringing AI virtually to the point of need in the field through faster offloading and remote processing.

At a time when autonomy and machine intelligence play increasingly bigger roles in future conflicts, efficient solutions for moving complex sensor data to the right processing engines will become critical.

As a result, this new technology of Compressive offloading, and other sensing and processing research, are essential to the Army in effectively preparing for the future battlefield.

This sort of quick processing could lead to more effective AI-controlled defensive and offensive system. As it was reported earlier, the United States is lagging behind the United Kingdom in terms of active AI-operated defense systems for armored vehicles, but this could rapidly improve the capability.

Other significant improvements that it can lead to relate to greater precision for offensive strikes and preparation for attacks and raids.

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Florian Geyer

So the US military has spent billions on how to ‘ Compress Stupidity’. LOL

dave jones

The audio is difficult to understand in this video, you should use regular audio that you normally use.

BLT

Artificial “intelligence” is extremely vulnerable to the camouflage of mis-identifiers. So 4x compression will merely result in quicker response to good or bad information. It is always a two-edged sword.

Christopher

This new system needs a name, how about errrm Skynet. What could possibly go wrong.

Rodney Loder.

Jew Freemason maggots portray themseves as tech conquerors, using my supernatural content astheir cultural link to humanity, but l never once supported these swine and survived their torture and oppression with thehelp of Allah (swt) anyhow these pigs cant be allowed to ever be listed in Heaven, no jew pig has entered Heaven since the 8 th C BC when the jews forced the Assryians to destroy Israel and then the jew pigs joined up with Egypt anyway and so the Assryians wacked them with help of Allah(swt).
Anyhow there is a new episode about the Assyrians put up yesterday on “Fall of Civilizations ” The Assyrians – Empire of Iron. Goes for 3 hours.

andre zulu

én pedig egy kibaszott korrigált t1 térképet akarok, de a sok fasszopó elkúrobajnoknak ez nem megy úgy mint a terrorizálás meg nagy pofának a viritása…

andre zulu

a superbes keritörpékenk meg üzenem, hogy gyorsan kezdjenek el követni, mert darabolás lesz…

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