Dead Bird Drones May Get Artificial Intelligence and 5G

Published by AFCEA, 1 October 2023 Research with robotized bird cadavers could benefit the aviation industry. Researchers at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology who have converted dead birds into flying drones are now considering the possibility of adding an array of technologies, including cameras, fifth-generation (5G) mobile

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A.I. Brings the Robot Wingman to Aerial Combat

The Air Force’s pilotless XQ-58A Valkyrie experimental aircraft is run by artificial intelligence.Credit...Edmund D. Fountain for The New York Times By Eric Lipton, Published by NY Times, 28 August 2023 An Air Force program shows how the Pentagon is starting to embrace the potential of a rapidly emerging technology, with

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Concept of near future when robot dogs are used to assist police forces on assignments. The robot dog in the image has a camera mounted on top of the body. mikkelwilliam / GETTY

What 5G Will Actually Do for the U.S. Military

By Patrick Tucker, Published by Defense One, 10 June 2021 Lots of sensors, lots of data, open up the possibilities of energy conservation, better security, robot teaming, and much more, military experiments show. Imagine a city where self-driving electric cars anticipate when and where their passengers will need a lift

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