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Navy to Apply AI on Readiness Strategy

The U.S. Navy plans to further implement artificial intelligence boosting readiness and establish new offices to guide the effort, AFCEA reported Friday.

Adm. Christopher Grady, commander of the U.S. Fleet Forces, said at the AFCEA-USNI West 2019 Conference that the effort intends to reform the service branch's readiness approach.

He said the Navy needs boosted readiness to maintain a competitive advantage despite limits in budget. The two potential offices would focus on chief readiness and analytics, respectively.

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