Virtual reality is rapidly changing how the U.S. military conducts training, and artificial intelligence is a key component in creating a truly immersive virtual training experience. But what exactly will AI’s role be on the battlefield of tomorrow?
The future is now for virtual reality and augmented reality. The U.S. military knows it and is exploring how to best use the technology for training, to stay ahead of adversaries and to keep service members safe.
Military Matters talks with Rachel Christian, who became an advocate after her own military housing nightmare, and Rob Metro, a lawyer who represents a number of families who are litigating for damages against the private companies that manage the housing.
Military Matters talks with Army veteran and founder of the Our Sister's Keeper Movement Katie Chorbak about why she believes the DOD doesn't actually punish sexual predators, about how the "zero tolerance" policy repeatedly has been ignored and about the current status of the #iamvanessaguillen bill.
In this fast take episode, Lamia Taylor talks about her frustrations with the case involving her husband, former Green Beret Mike Taylor, and son, Peter, about how they are doing and about what might happen next.
This week's episode examines the story of Mike Taylor, a U.S. Army Special Forces veteran, and his son, Peter, accused of helping former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn's brazen escape from prosecution in Japan.