Building Confidence on the Battlefield: How AI helps decision makers

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Dr. Peter Cherns, Product Manager; Meghan Danielson, Application Engineer; John Hogan, VP of Sales

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Building Confidence on the Battlefield & Behind the Scenes: How AI helps decision makers fill in the blanks After decades of AI advances, “we have algorithms today on platforms we’re experimenting with that can get to about 98.8 percent accuracy,” General Mike Murray said, “so actually artificial intelligence has the ability to make us more safe and make better decisions.” Similarly, advances in AI-augmented software testing means that we have a vastly better understanding of how critical systems will react in a broad range of scenarios. Essentially, we take the guesswork out of the question “Is this system ready for action? Of all the things that could happen in this system or interface, are any of them likely to cause issues for us where it really matters?” In this webinar, we explored how AI can contribute to a better understanding and performance of the technology that warfighters and commanders rely on. The discussion also addressed the challenges of end-to-end testing systems that include AI components, including those that evolve once they are in production environments. This webinar originally aired on SIGNAL Magazine and was hosted by George Seffers, Director, Content Development and Executive Editor at SIGNAL Magazine.

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