What if it were possible to predict future events of interest, days before they happen? This is a question for which the Pentagon want an answer. The US military is using a network of Artificial intelligence (AI) to be able to anticipate future events, which may deserve more attention from the authorities, explains the Science Alert.

The set of tests is called “Global Information Dominance Experiments (GIDE)” – Experiments for the Domain of Global Information -, and combine information from a huge variety of sources. Satellite images, confidential reports from secret services, sensors, radars, among others are used.

The storage of collected information from all over the world plays a key role and allows it to be processed efficiently and accessed by anyone who needs it. Be it military or Secret Service.

One of the main objectives of GIDE is to give more space and time for the leaders to make strategic decisions, which would not be limited to the military, and this was admitted by the General of the Air Force of the United States, Glen D. VanHerck, at a press conference about the project. In fact, the idea is to anticipate actions from other countries before they happen. This will allow you to take precautions before any conflicts break out or before any hostilities can develop.

The system allows analyzing information collected in real time. For example, anticipating moves that indicate the departure of a submarine from a base. With GIDE, this would be done in seconds, while the military could take hours or days to analyze the information.


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