Help The US Navy Fight The Rise Of Skynet... By Playing Games
The title might be a bit of a joke, but the US Navy is actually running a week-long online game as a crowdsourcing project designed to help them address singularity. This browser-based game will have players contributing ideas and interacting with other players to come up with solutions to the issue.
According to Dr. Eric Gulovsen, the director of technology at ONR, technology has advanced to the point that we can't see what's next. Since the problem is so broad, they're looking for people of all types to help with the project.
The game will run for a week starting on March 27. Those wanting to help with the project can sign up on the Maritime Singularity MMOwgli site.
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