US CENTCOM discusses ‘unmanned systems’ use in Middle East

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A representative from US CENTCOM spoke with reporters Thursday to discuss regional threats and security technology, including what they referred to as “unmanned systems”. General Michael “Erik” Kurilla from the US Central Command – whose area of responsibility includes the Middle East as well as Central and South Asia – began by noting that the US is no longer engaged in active wars in the region. He spoke of the importance of the use of data integration, artificial intelligence and unmanned systems, which appeared to be in part a reference to drones. “We’re using unmanned systems paired with …

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