British air traffic controllers could soon be using artificial intelligence (AI) to cut their workload and increase capacity at the country’s busiest airport. Air navigation service provider National Air Traffic Services (NATS) is testing whether a combination of neural networks, high-definition cameras and imaging-processing algorithms can help reclaim additional runway capacity at London’s Heathrow Airport. NATS believes the technology could be useful during so-called ...

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