Unmanned Wingmen For Japan’s Piloted Force Planned For 2030s

Credit: Japanese Defense Ministry
Air-combat maneuvers will be far more challenging than strike missions for artificial intelligence, so countries planning autonomous warplanes are generally looking at trying air-to-ground first. But to many Japanese ears, unmanned strike sounds too offensive—in both senses of the word. Probably for...

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