Well, there's CAMERAR, BINOCULAR, and JUSTLOOKOVERTHAR
Brianna explains: "I got assigned to what's called the 'SNOOPIE' team [Ships Nautical or Otherwise Photographic Interpretation and Examination team, aka the longest and most unneeded name ever]. Our job is whenever they say 'away the SNOOPIE team away,' we drop everything and run up to the tallest part of the carrier (vultures' row) with tons of video cameras, binoculars, and cameras, and take information on whatever they called it for. Once you've taken all the necessary pictures, you run back down to a computer and write a report about it and email it to the Office of Naval Intelligence, where, if it's important enough, it will be sent to the president, although that rarely happens."
Yes, even with billions of dollars' worth of technology on our side, our primary form of naval reconnaissance is still "Go outside and look."
Once Skynet takes over, aircraft carriers will simply shrug and keep going.