Military applications of machine learning

Dmitry Namiot, Eugene Ilyushin, Ivan Chizhov

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This article is devoted to the applied aspects of the application of machine learning systems. It is obvious that the areas of practical applications of this kind of solution are constantly increasing. The main driver here is that, from a practical point of view, machine learning is seen as a synonym for the concept of artificial intelligence, the introduction of which in developed countries is dedicated to special programs. Naturally, military applications are also considered among such implementations. And here an interesting feature can be noted. If earlier, the military areas served as an impetus for the development of technology, the search for solutions for military equipment was ordered, etc., then in this case everything is rather moving in the opposite direction. First, new solutions (developments) that use a machine (deep) learning appear, and then they begin to be used, including in military systems. The article provides an overview of published military programs for the use of artificial intelligence in the military sphere, which is compiled with the aim of presenting precisely the technologies and solutions in the fields of machine learning that are applied (are used) for military systems.

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