At a handful of clandestine locations in the Middle East and Africa, intelligence analysts are using sophisticated algorithms to autonomously identify objects of interest from millions of hours of video captured by tactical drones flying over the battlefield. Just one year after its creation, the Pentagon’s shadowy “Project Maven” artificial intelligence (AI) project is already deployed to multiple sites in the U.S. and abroad, where it is using machine learning to help ...

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