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Army Seeks to Implement AI-Based Recommendation System for Soldiers

The U.S. Army looks to implement an artificial intelligence technology designed to recommend actions to soldiers in the battlefield, C4ISRNet reported Wednesday.

The report said the Army Research Laboratory has developed a “collaborative filtering” approach similar to the AI method that Amazon and Netflix use to generate user recommendations.

Both companies collect large amounts of user data and offer recommendations in a matter of seconds with AI algorithm, the report added.

Rajgopal Kannan, an ARL research lead, told C4ISRNET he believes the military branch could use the technology on the Next-Generation Combat Vehicle and other cognitive equipment geared for soldiers.

He added the lab aims to incorporate machine learning algorithms and models into a tactical computing framework.

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