Navy asking for increases in budget for artificial intelligence, unmanned systems

Admiral John Richardson, chief of naval operations, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin from the 2019 Sea-Air-Space Expo to discuss the Navy's push for new tech...

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In its 2020 budget request, the Navy has asked for solid increases for new technologies including artificial intelligence and unmanned systems. Officials also have large ship-building plans while they prepare for the construction of a whole new class of submarine. It’s all a big balancing act. From the 2019 Sea-Air-Space Expo, chief of naval operations, Admiral John Richardson, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss.

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