Artificial intelligence for airplanes: the future of aviation
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Artificial intelligence for airplanes: the future of aviation

Artificial intelligence for airplanes: the future of aviation


To date, experts are confident that, within the next 15-20 years, computers will be able to successfully replace a person, and this applies not only to the sphere where exact calculations are required, but also in aviation, where from skilled actions of the pilot , Depends not only the success of the produced flight, but also the fate of passengers on board. Unfortunately, to date, air crashes are often due to mistakes made during piloting, and this is tens and hundreds of human casualties every year, however, experts from the US believe that by the time of 2030, computers will be able to control planes without interference, and much more More effective than people.



In recent experiments, it became known that an artificial intelligence (AI) has already been created on the territory of the United States, which by its actions exceeds the human intellect. In particular, last month American scientists equipped the computer with an artificial intelligence program that was supposed to operate a military aircraft, and what was the surprise of specialists when a conventional computer could "win", and repeatedly, a specialist in combat tactics. It took only a few months to create an artificial intelligence - only a few months, however, this discovery was already called very significant, especially since the scope of AI implementation can be much wider, starting from monitoring the position of aircraft in space, and ending with the management Civil and military aircraft.



Experts believe that equipping artificial intelligence with pre-established rules will ensure a higher level of security, in particular, the computer program will be able to easily land the aircraft at the airport even in difficult meteorological conditions, ensure flight safety in the event of any technical failure (for example in the case Failure of one of the engines), to bypass the storm front in case of bad weather. These particular examples are no more than a demonstration of the simplest possibilities of AI for its introduction into the aviation sphere; however, there are other more complex tasks, for example, the same combat aircraft in unmanned mode, test tests of new air equipment, etc.

At the moment, work in this direction is conducted very actively, especially that within two decades, the demand for this is simply colossal.


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