DARPA AI project

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has approved the second phase of a software project to help automate air traffic control for the military, according to Network World The AI system, called the The Generalized Integrated Learning Architecture (GILA), is designed to learn, assembling knowledge from different areas, including reasoning and “what-if” scenarios:

According to a Military & Aerospace item, such software has to combine limited observations with subject expertise, general knowledge, reasoning, and by asking what-if questions.

The integrated learner also will have explicit learning goals, keep track of what it does not know, what it needs to know, as well as track and reason about its uncertainties. The software will attempt to figure things out, as well as tolerate errors and missing information by using whatever information or reasoning is available. Integrated learning software must be able to manipulate many different forms of information and even trade off different types of information and reasoning, as well as interact with humans to fill in information gaps, the article said.

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