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A New Era in Aerial Warfare: US Air Force Launched $6 Billion Contract For AI-piloted Fighter Jets


The United States Air Force (USAF) has embarked on a $6 billion program to develop 1,000 AI-piloted fighter jets. These cutting-edge aircraft are poised to revolutionize aerial warfare.



Five aerospace companies Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Atomics and Anduril Industries are reportedly bidding for the $6 billion contract to produce new unmanned aircraft for the Air Force.


The program, known as Skyborg under the United States Air Force aims to create a fleet of unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs) capable of executing missions beyond the capabilities of traditional manned aircraft.


The AI-piloted fighter jets leverage sophisticated algorithms and machine learning to operate autonomously. They can adapt to changing scenarios, learn from experience, and execute complex maneuvers.


The jets can be used for a wide range of missions, including reconnaissance, air superiority, ground attack, and electronic warfare. Their versatility allows them to adapt swiftly to evolving threats.


The $6 billion investment in AI-piloted fighter jets represents a bold leap into the future. As AI-piloted fighter jets take flight, they would redefine combat norms and pave the way for a new era in aerial warfare.



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