US military hopes to use artificial intelligence to create cybersoldiers and help fly its F-35 jets

Darpa says it envisions using augmented reality to help ground troopsIt will identify targets, sources of gunfire and help with communicationTo make this a reality, it has now awarded research contracts to several companies to develop the technologyBy Mark Prigg For Dailymail.com Published: 23:33, 15 December 2015 | Updated: 23:47, 15 December 2015 The US military has revealed its plans for artificial intelligence on the battlefield – but admits enemies are already ahead of it.It hopes AI will power everything from cybersoldiers to the targetting systems of the F-35 – but admits it has to catch up to commercial AI firms.Deputy Defense secretary Robert Work said ‘The commercial world has already made this leap.’ Scroll down for video  The military hopes AI will power everything from cybersoldiers to the targetting systems…


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