Royal Navy to explore artificial intelligence use in battle threat assessment

Add to favoritesFrom the people that brought the Hawkeye system to Cricket, an AI system which evaluates threats in complex battle situations Britain’s Royal Navy is to use artificial intelligence situational awareness software to help humans assess threats in a maritime combat system demonstrator. The system named STARTLE continuously monitors and evaluates potential threats using a combination of artificial intelligence techniques. It is inspired by the way the human brain works, emulating the mammalian conditioned-fear response mechanism. Rapidly detecting and assessing potential threats, the software significantly augments human operator situational awareness in complex environments, the company behind the system said. Roke Manor Research (Roke) is best known for its cricket ball tracking system Hawk Eye which is used to track the trajectory of the ball and helps ensure correct Leg…


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