Human Interruption Slows Down Military Robots in Simulations
A.I. can make decisions faster than humans, raising a myriad of ethical questions when applied to weapons systems
n August, an artificial intelligence system turned heads when it defeated a seasoned F-16 fighter pilot in five simulated dogfights run by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). More recently, DARPA and the United States Army have been studying simulated battles between units of a few hundred soldiers working with swarms of A.I.-driven drones and robots.