General Glen VanHerck, Commander of NORTHCOM and North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), recently conducted a series of tests that delves into the precognitive abilities of AI. Called the Global Information Dominance Experiment 3 (GIDE 3), it basically consists of global sensor networks, artificial intelligence (AI) systems, and cloud computing resources in the aim to achieve information dominance as well as decision-making superiority. Read more for a video and additional information.
VanHerck claimed that the machine learning and artificial intelligence can detect changes, while parameters are set where it will trip an alert to give you the awareness to go take another sensor such as GEOINT on-satellite capability to take a closer look at what might be ongoing in a specific location. This means VanHerck is able to see events days in advance, creating decision space, and potentially posturing forces to create deterrence options to provide that to the secretary or even the president.
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[W]hat we’ve seen is the ability to get way further what I call left, left of being reactive to actually being proactive. And I’m talking not minutes and hours, I’m talking days,” said General Glen VanHerck, Commander of NORTHCOM and North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).