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Drones against a man: who is better?
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Drones against a man: who is better?

Drones against a man: who is better?

 

It is considered that a computer, and artificial intelligence controlled under its direct control, can better cope with the miscalculation of all sorts of situations, however, whether in reality unmanned systems are completely replace the person in the aviation sphere.

 

 

Since the moment when the Wright brothers were able to fly a few meters on their plane for the first time, the man was always looking for the possibility to make flights safer and to replace the crew with special machines that could provide full control over the aircraft during flights to tens, hundreds and thousands of kilometers. Strangely enough, the first attempts to realize unmanned systems were made in 30-40 years of the last century, and although they were unsuccessful, scientists and engineers worked for decades to create devices that allow unerringly manage aircraft, and do not need in rest, completely and completely tracking the flight, from the moment of take-off and finishing with a landing.

Not so long ago, European aircraft manufacturers received reports that the corporation "Airbus" is developing a special fully automated aircraft control system. In the opinion of the creators, in the near future, the automatically manned system will get rid of the crew members, thereby making flights from one corner of the globe to the other, as efficient as possible. Of course, these news are very positive, however, can a computer replace a person?

 

 

In terms of information processing, the computer is almost no equal, in particular, for some calculations, even very simple, a person takes seconds, while the computer does it hundreds of thousands of times faster, and therefore the automatic piloting system can independently carry out control of the flight through stormy fronts, where a person quite surely could not cope.

Nevertheless, an experiment conducted a few weeks ago by scientists showed that the artificial intelligence system not only can not perform high-quality complex calculations, but it also acts much slower than a person, in particular, the experience was conducted in which, according to a given route, characteristics of unmanned aerial vehicles, and if a person could cope with the task for 11,1 seconds, then a computer equipped with an artificial intelligence system did this for 13,9 seconds technological command, that is, in fact, a time difference of 20%.

 

 

It is important to take into account that someday the computer and artificial intelligence system will reach such a level that they can surpass the person in performing many tasks, however, to date, even complex computing centers, in their essence, super-computers, make mistakes, which indicates on the fact that you can not trust unmanned systems for all 100%.

 

Kostyuchenko Yuriy specifically for Avia.pro

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The argument is unfolded - it's like proving that: water is wet, oil is oil, etc. etc. Is that in short ....
Everyone has long known that if the cost of the project is more than the cost of software, then the person is immediately replaced by a computer. Or the author does not know that the piloting of spaceships is initially carried out in automatic mode? A person is admitted to piloting only as an experiment ....
The computer flew slower than the man pilot. This comparison at the level of housewives shows that the author either does not understand what he is talking about or is so unprincipled that he is ready to write any paid nonsense .... Because it is not known what kind of program was put in the computer, maybe during the flight he solved some problems, then non-flight problems?
Suffice it to recall how the housewives discussed the question: how will a computer choose, in the event of an accident someone squeeze - an old woman, a cat or groups of children? and will he not go mad? While in reality this situation was solved long ago in the rules of the road. That's following the rules of the computer and will go .... actually the same way a person does.
Well, about the fact that the computer can not be trusted on 100%. One gets the impression that the author was not at all interested in statistics of accidents related to the human factor, or simply advocates the reduction of the population by preventing progressive technologies from being implemented.

The article from the beginning to the last word is nonsense.

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