Retired US Air Force colonel destroyed in simulated dogfights by Artificial Intelligence

A retired U.S. Air Force colonel was recently drubbed in a series of simulated dogfights against Artificial Intelligence that can run on a $35 device. The University of Cincinnati brought in retired Col. Gene Lee to its facilities for a face-off against AI named ALPHA. The technology, which operates on a Raspberry Pi computer, killed the officer in every scenario. “[It’s] the most aggressive, responsive, dynamic and credible AI I’ve seen to date,” Col. Lee told UC Magazine, Engadget reported Tuesday. “I was surprised at how aware and reactive it was. It seemed to be aware of my intentions and reacting instantly to my changes in flight and missile deployment. It knew how to defeat the shot I was taking. It moved instantly between defensive and offensive actions as needed,”…


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