Artificial Intelligence at AFRL
AI refers to a machine’s ability to gather observations, create knowledge and apply that knowledge to accomplish certain tasks. As we approach an era when most of our knowledge will be machine generated, AI will enable people to use this knowledge effectively. When AI examines an environment and creates knowledge from the observations gathered, it analyzes an abundance of useful information in far less time than the human mind. Examples of AI include speech-processing, robotics, the “auto-tag” feature on photos and self-driving cars.
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