From concept exploration to autonomous combat, artificial intelligence (AI) is being introduced into new areas of aerospace and defense. Machine learning has already enabled rapid strides in data analytics, but the next steps could have even greater impact, from how aircraft are designed and manufactured to how they are crewed and flown. “It’s already impacting every dimension of our business, and that impact will continue to grow,” says Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg. ...

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