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US Air Force Takes Flight with First AI-Controlled Fighter Jet Test

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The United States Air Force has just completed the first official flight test of a fighter airplane with AI control, which is a big advance in AI integration into military operations. A private demonstration open only to a small media group was impressive as ever and showed the Air Force leading in AI-enabled systems for aerial defense.

The AI has accomplished only about twenty real flights since September 2023, but it has already proved to be quite proficient and accurate in its task. Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall, who sat as co-pilot in the test flight despite being aware that it was the AI-controlled aircraft that was outperforming any human pilot, commented that it had already outperformed some of the most skilled of human fighter pilots.

A UAV was placed in a one-hour battle with a piloted F-16. The human pilot and the AI both responded to each other’s moves in order to have better positions, but the AI won the battle in the end.

Utilizing this state-of-the-art training strategy, the AI of the Air Force starts off with learning the routine maneuvers in the simulator, which combines ideal and actual operational flight to test different approaches. This simulator is then updated with the data from the actual flight tests to enable the AI to learn and grow in a spiral loop.

The Race for AI Warfare: US vs. China

Say the US has the field to themselves for AI-controlled military planes in real operations. That would delay the first unidentified artificial intelligenceaircraft launch until 2028, with 1,000 ready for deployment. People anticipate that China will develop similarly.

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Kendall justified such aggressive goals by arguing that excluding AI technology threatens security. However, humanitarian organizations like the Red Cross worry that artificial intelligencesystems may make weapons decisions independently.

Kendall reassured anxieties by saying human operators will always oversee the artificial intelligencesystem when a weapon is deployed. In addition to tech perks, the Air Force is considering AI-controlled aircraft as a budget-friendly option. Since previous significant expenditures have raised fiscal concerns, the Air Force wants to create smaller, cheaper aircraft without human pilots.

In a world that was rushing to unleash artificial intelligence in the military, the US Air Force boldly explored cost-effective, cutting-edge national security options to maintain a strategic advantage.

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