Intelligence at the speed of conflict

US ground forces handle massive amounts of information and data while working under unpredictable conditions. These conditions don’t always allow military intelligence analysts access to a technologically reliable way to share information. They must overcome both enterprise communication challenges, which force them to operate, at times, with little to no access to data, and information overload when connections are available. They must also find ways to deal effectively with the complexity associated with the wide variety of evolving data sources.

Artificial and augmented intelligence (AI) can help military intelligence address some of these major challenges. AI can help develop a comprehensive intelligence picture and a true sense of cognitive situational understanding(CSU). These technologies can help analyze the massive amounts of data the military receives. And because AI programs are constantly adding new capabilities and tools, they can help the military prepare for the battlefield of the future.

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