Trustworthy Human-Machine Teaming: The Next Stage of Evolution
What does a successful collaboration between humans and AI look like? Military strategists call for “human-machine teaming,” an innovative technique in which humans and AI learn and act continuously. Human-machine teaming can be valuable in military contexts, including safer reconnaissance and perimeter security.
In order for these applications to reach their potential, however, AI practitioners and policymakers must address important questions. How can AI augment human vulnerabilities? How can a wide range of military and civil stakeholders shape the work of human-machine teams? As national AI strategies and laws are enacted, robust, explainable, and reliable standards for human-machine teaming are needed.
Trustworthy Human-Machine Teaming: The Next Stage of Evolution speakers
Clodéric MarsVP, Engineering at AI Redefined
Hélène Bachatène (moderator)VP, Research, Technology & Innovation at Thales, specifically in charge of Systems
Ming HouPrincipal Authority of Human-Technology Interactions - Department of National Defence, Canada, Senior Defence Scientist, DND Canada, Adjunct Professor, the University of Toronto
Siegfried UsalVP of Digital Innovation, President and General Manager of Thales Digital Solutions Inc., a former fighter pilot in France and Canada