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Report of the Defense Science Board Summer Study on Autonomy
Craig Fields (fr); Ruth David (ed); Paul Nielsen (ed)
This study reviewed the applicability of autonomy across a broad array of Department of Defense (DOD) missions and concluded that there are both substantial operational benefits and potential perils associated with its use. Autonomy delivers significant military value, including opportunities to reduce the number of warfighters in harmäó»s way, increase the quality and speed of decisions in time-critical operations, and enable new missions that would otherwise be impossible. Autonomy also delivers significant value across a diverse array of global markets. Both enabling technologies and commercial applications are advancing rapidly in response to market opportunities. This study concludes that DOD must accelerate its exploitation of autonomy -- both to realize the potential military value and to remain ahead of adversaries who also will exploit its operational benefits. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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