In his testimony before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn advises that the DOD has the opportunity to "step ahead of industry in the adversarial context" in terms of AI innovation within cyberspace operations.
As the U.S. military integrates artificial intelligence into its systems and missions, there are outstanding questions about the role of trust in human-machine teams. This report examines the drivers and effects of such trust, assesses the risks from too much or too little trust in intelligent technologies, reviews efforts to build trustworthy AI systems, and offers future directions for research on trust relevant to the U.S. military.
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