Artificial Intelligence will instruct soldiers in flying helicopters and tending to wounded in augmented reality
DARPA is creating artificial intelligence to assist soldiers in learning new skills using an augmented reality walkthrough.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is creating Artificial Intelligence assistants that will aid users with difficult activities by providing an augmented reality step-by-step manual (AR).
In 2021, the Perceptually-enabled Task Guidance (PTG) programme, which was recently developed, would allow military troops to be requested to treat wounds, maintain fighter jets, or even fly them. Soldiers will be equipped with sensors that record what they see, hear, and say, such as head-mounted cameras and microphones.
They will be compelled to wear AR goggles, which will display instructions on what to do and how to accomplish it.
“What we need in the middle is an assistant that can detect what you are doing as you start a task, has the prerequisite knowledge to do that activity, can provide step-by-step instruction, and can notify you of any mistakes you’re making,” said Bruce Draper, manager of the PTG programme.
In order to monitor progress, DARPA has already given PTG contracts and grants to researchers from Northrop Grumman, NYU, and other institutions. The Artificial Intelligence assistant’s demonstrations would resemble cooking instructions.
Cooking is “visually pretty sophisticated,” according to Draper. Specialized terminology is used. It may be done in many different ways and requires specialised equipment, making it an excellent training ground for many other highly skilled tasks.
Similar to how GPS and the internet were first developed for the military and later made available to the general population, AI assistants may soon be made available for general use.
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