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WASHINGTON - The Chief of Naval Operations Navigation Plan 2022 emphasizes the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques deployed on teams of distributed autonomous, small vehicles with dynamically adaptable behaviors, to augment Naval forces in the future so that they can gain a decision advantage and outperform adversaries in the battlefield. Towards that objective, the picture shows an experiment from a U.S. Naval Research Laboratory project where teams of marine autonomous robots are utilizing AI and deep reinforcement learning techniques to engage in an adversarial Capture-the-Flag game at U.S. Military Academy in West Point’s Lake Popolopen in October 2022. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory photo)


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