Russia's advanced multirole Su-35 fighter aircraft is equipped with an 'artificial intelligence' unit that helps the aircraft to lock the specific target for destruction by a certain kind of weapon system.
The general director of Rostech state corporation, Sergei Chemezov was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti on the sidelines of Dubai airshow that one of the Su-35 fighters exhibited in Dubai is outfitted with an artificial intelligence unit that may simultaneously capture and analyse six targets at once.
"The Su-35, which is taking part in dubai airshow for the first time, is fitted with an intelligence unit that analyzes six goals simultaneously to capture and immediately determines what kind of weapons should be hit," said Chemezov.
“It's not even a pilot doing, but artificial intelligence that does all this,” he clarified.
Sukhoi-35 is a 4 ++ generation fighter aircraft with controlled thrust vector engines. The aircraft uses fifth generation technology that ensures superiority over foreign-produced fighters of a similar class.
Russia will be exhibiting its Su-35 fighter jet at the Dubai Air Show next week signaling progress in its talks to sell some 12-18 jets to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Dubai show organizers have confirmed that the Su-35 will participate in the flying displays as well as be present in the static presentation
The Indonesian National Defense Forces (TNI) chief has revealed details of the weapons and other equipment expected in the US$1.14 billion deal to purchase 11 Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets from Russias arms exporter, Rosoboronexport
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Russias advanced Su-35S fighter jet is expected to undergo final tests by the end of 2017, Deputy defense minister said Tuesday. "At present, more than 50 [Su-35S] aircraft are being tested in units of the Russian Aerospace Forces
Russias Kalashnikov arms manufacturer is planning to build military defense systems with artificial intelligence that implies weapons self-learning, Industrial Director of the Rostec Conventional Armament, Ammunition and Special Chemistry Cluster Sergei Abramov said Wednesday. The need, prospects and expediency of creating and adapting artificial intelligence systems for military use do not evoke any doubts and all the leading countries are taking efforts for introducing artificial intelligence into existing and future weapons, he was quoted as saying by TASS at the conference tiled: "Digital Industry of Industrial Russia 2018
Stryke Industries LLC announced Thursday the contract awarded by the US Army to supply artificial intelligence technology, as part of the U.S
Russia and Saudi Arabia have likely signed contracts on the supplies of S-400 missile systems on Monday. "We have well-known contracts on air defense and other issues, which have been signed," Head of Russias Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation Dmitry Shugayev was quoted by
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