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The US Navy Chief of Operations is interested in deploying unmanned or minimally manned vessels with strike groups as soon as the next five years, with a goal for systemic unmanned technology activities across the world by 2030.
The website DefenseNews.com reports that Admiral Mike Gilday spoke to reporters in early February about the desire for the US Navy to experiment with unmanned technology, fail when needed, and learn from mistakes.
These unique technologies, according to Gilday, enable the formation of new insights into unique courses of action, the acceleration of some operations owing to high performance, and the halting of different actions due to a lack of performance. He also mentioned that some of these technologies had previously been tried during the Middle East Maritime Exercise 22, which was one of the largest exercises using artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, that took place at the beginning of this year.
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