Today, the Special Competitive Studies Project (SCSP) and the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) convened the second roundtable discussion focused on human-machine collaboration (HMC) and human-machine teaming (HMT) in military operations.
As with the first roundtable, today’s discussion brought together prominent defense leaders and technologists from the United States and United Kingdom. The purpose of today’s meeting was to outline the objectives for the use of HMC and HMT in military operations, and identify the most useful capabilities, critical enablers, and quick wins for the U.S. and UK militaries.
As SCSP’s Mid-Decade Challenges to National Competitiveness and Defense Interim Panel Report highlight, one of the most promising applications of emerging technologies for military advantage is human-machine collaboration and teaming.
SCSP and RUSI will convene the third and final roundtable on January 12, 2023 to design a potential implementation plan for the most promising capabilities and their implications.
The output from this project will be provided to stakeholders in the U.S. and UK militaries.