Defense tech officials see AI, autonomy testing challenges amid 'Replicator' announcements

By Georgina DiNardo / September 7, 2023 at 12:08 PM
Top defense officials driving the Pentagon's shift toward artificial intelligence and autonomy said Wednesday that obstacles remain concerning accurate testing and simulation. Joseph Larson, the deputy chief digital and artificial intelligence officer for algorithmic warfare, and Schuyler Moore, chief technology officer at U.S. Central Command, said they are concerned about the Defense Department's lack of proper testing environments for AI and autonomy. “You need to have it in an operational environment that can actually test it to its limits,” Moore...

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