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Heron Systems' AI pilot just beat a human in a simulated dogfight

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The final round of DARPA’s AlphaDogfight Trial is complete, and once again, the winning AI pilot celebrated its victory against a field of virtual contenders by going on to defeat a human F-16 pilot. An AI pilot developed by Heron Systems won the shootout, defeating a fellow AI from Lockheed. All of the simulated fighter battles were restricted to allow use of the nose cannon only, and after the AI vs. AI matches, an anonymous human pilot entered the competition, wearing a VR helmet. The Heron… (www.engadget.com) More...

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skylab72
skylab72 2
Sim-to-Sim training for a deep-learning tool (fighter-pilot in this case) largely against other AI tools, has some fundamental errors built into the process. The "superhuman" aiming skill of high-speed computers and the fragility of bags of protoplasm at high Gs mask the mathematical fallacies baked into training an AI with an AI. Anyway, how much longer are serious aerial weapons going to depend on flinging ballistic projectiles at each other?
n82221
Dave Hahn 2
Duh
Macmannj
Tom MacKinnon 2
The last fighter pilot has already been born.
AbieshanG13
Unbelievable!
linbb
linbb 1
Would be expected due to the fact no pilot no high g problems which limit most fighter aircraft.
BluSTi
James Willich 1
Only limited by the structure itself.
picturetaker
Christian Parada 0
People have been losing simulated dogfights to AI for years.
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