US Air Force Testing AI-Powered Enemy-Fighting Drones As China-Taiwan Tensions Simmer

Published by

The U.S. Air Force is leveraging artificial intelligence for military use with its experimental aircraft, the XQ-58A Valkyrie, setting it apart from any consumer drone on the market. Engineered with AI, the Valkyrie can fly the width of China, carry missiles, and has the potential to significantly alter the landscape of military warfare. The Valkyrie aims to function as a “loyal wingman” to human pilots, according to The New York Times. Unlike traditional drones, it can evaluate enemy threats, ask for human authorization, and move in for the kill. The new “robot wingmen” are slated to particip…

Read More

See also  Buy Biotech Stocks? Cathie Wood's Ark Thinks So (And, Here's Why)

Leave a Reply