ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. military researchers will use gaming concepts and artificial intelligence to help military commanders improve their understanding of nuanced communications and situational understanding in strategic decision-making, collaboration, and deception, John Keller reports for Military & Aerospace Electronics. Continue reading original article.
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October 11, 2021 – Officials of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, Va., issued a solicitation on Wednesday (DARPA-PA-21-04-03) for the Stabilizing Hostilities through Arbitration and Diplomatic Engagement (SHADE) project.
Using a gaming environment based on the classic board game Diplomacy, SHADE will train and evaluate automated and artificial intelligence (AI)-assisted techniques that can identify and address the complications of multi-party negotiation with deception, collusion, profiling, and other real-world features.
Diplomatic negotiation is complex and requires a detailed, in-depth understanding of the positions and interactions of many potentially untrustworthy allies and adversaries. Successful diplomats must identify deceptions, explore valid courses of action, and assess the consequences of any diplomatic actions, DARPA researchers explain.