The US Navy and the Air Force wants next generations of fighter aircraft to include Artificial Intelligence. Advanced Navy Strike Fighter Concept Art. Source Boeing
According to the US Naval Institute (USNI), artificial intelligence will be featured on the successors to the Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor.
They will use AI as co-pilots to help with sensory data and with landings on aircraft carriers.
The technology already exist and has been successfully tested.
The plan is to enter operation by 2030 at the earliest.
One U.S. Navy official familiar with the service’s F/A-XX effort to replace the Super Hornet starting around 2030, said:
“AI is going to be huge.
I think we all agree that we have to work on PNT [Positioning, Navigation and Timing], comms, big data movement between both services.”