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February 22, 2023
AI Enters the Dogfight
Late last year the U.S. Department of Defense successfully ran a dozen flight tests in which AI agents piloted an experimental fighter jet. We explore the program that got it there and what this milestone means. Paul Scharre joins the In Machines We Trust Podcast from the MIT Technology Review to discuss this latest development in the intersection between AI technology and national security.
Listen to the full interview from the In Machines We Trust.
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