Air Force Leader: Artificial Intelligence Could Help Monitor Social Media

Air Force Leader: Artificial Intelligence Could Help Monitor Social Media Photo: Getty Advances in artificial intelligence could help the U.S. military exploit information gathered from social media, the chief of staff of the Air Force said July 26.“There’s a significant … amount of that data that we collect that hits the floor and we never actually look at it because we don’t have the analytical capacity,” Gen. David Goldfein said during remarks at an Air Force Association event in Washington, D.C. All four services are looking to industry to help them sort out and analyze data, he said. “How do I take that very human-centric methodology that we have today and use artificial intelligence …  to do that upfront analysis so that by the time it gets to the human level of analysis we’ve already refined it and focused it?” he asked.Having that ability would improve the military’s common operating picture and increase decision speeds, he said.Goldfein recently traveled to New York and met with leaders at Bloomberg. “They have built some incredible search engine technology,” he said.He asked them about the level of violent extremist activity occurring globally in the previous 48 hours. “The young guy sitting there at…


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