Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Defense and Aerospace Applications - What You Need to KnowDownload PDF
Today, there are many discussions about how defense and aerospace organizations can take advantage of machine learning, deep learning, and artificial intelligence (AI). Driving this excitement are innovative applications that help warfighters identify threats and objects from afar, locate and resolve equipment issues before failures occur, and detect unseen dangers. Some of the more extreme possibilities sound like they were taken directly from a science fiction movie.
As exciting as the possibilities are, understanding the technologies in this growing field can be challenging. Terms are sometimes used interchangeably and technologies are sometimes described in inaccurate ways, making it difficult to develop a clear understanding of the application potential. So, we’ll start with the terminology.
Figure 1: Similar to the way human brains work, deep learning trains computers
to become subject-matter experts for a particular task
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Download the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Defense and Aerospace Applications white paper to learn more about:
- The terminology: machine learning, deep learning, and artificial intelligence
- Exploring defense and aerospace applications
- Understanding the challenges and technology enablers
- Choosing the right partner for success