The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which some may recognize as a founding father of the Internet, is developing antisubmarine warfare drones and has released a video game hoping to crowdsource some of the tactical AI behind them.
The ACTUV Tactics Simulator, released by DARPA just a few days ago, is a simulator challenging players to "keep track of elusive submarines" in ways that have "never been thought of before."
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