Military Bases will Be Protected by AI-Based Technology 

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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Col. Fridrik Fridriksson, the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit Commanding Officer, observes as Marines assemble and test the AN/PRC-117F/G Multiband Manpack Radio on March 6, during the Battle Skills Test. Established by the Commandant of the Marine Corps in 2017, the Battle Skills Test is a requirement to ensure all Marines sustain proficiency in 30 of the 178 common skills taught during entry level training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jacob A. Farbo)

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Artificial intelligence is at the heart of a force protection system for the UK military. Anduril has secured a two-year, $5.2 million contract to help the UK government demonstrate base protection technology that uses artificial intelligence to detect threats across multiple domains.

The company said it will offer its technology to support the UK’s TALOS program, which aims to accelerate the country’s integrated command and control approach.

The Lattice artificial intelligence operating system works with multiple, networked sensors to autonomously identify and track targets. Operators receive alerts on targets as the technology generates options on how to address these threats.

The sensor network employed by Anduril’s technology includes ground sensors, Ghost 4 Drones, and Sentry Tower units, according to