How Will Artificial Intelligent Eagles Fight?How will artificial intelligent eagles communicate with a military group such as the Marines? Or how will an artificial intelligent bat communicate with or be friends with a human? Or how will that echidna spider in Hollywood's future let us know if it is alive or dead? Or how will an artificial intelligent bat communicate with us if it can talk?
These are all questions I pose to the potential future robotic android, androids, and artificially intelligent computers. But you ask; "What if there were another AI supercomputer with human-like intelligence?" What if there was another supercomputer with the same level of human intelligence? Well, consider if you will all the advances we have seen in computer science since the mid-1970s and the more recent advances in Artificial Intelligence that have made a supercomputer the equal of a human brain in terms of learning, decision making, problem-solving, and so forth.
When will we be able to build an artificially intelligent robotic android or an artificially intelligent robotic android? Where is the first place to begin the development of these artificially intelligent robotic android computers with human-like intelligence? Is NASA trying to position humans for a manned mission to Mars in the next decade? And what if we do build an artificially intelligent robotic dog or cats to help the military in their operations overseas?
Will there be an artificial intelligent cockroach that can bite a person without damaging or killing them? How will that work? If a cockroach bit you without damaging you would probably sue that company and they'd go out of business within the next five years due to human medicine and law stating that if you damage someone without intentionally doing it that company cannot sue. So what if there was an artificial intelligent cockroach that could understand speech, only make sense when talking to a human and then it could actually bite the faker and prevent the faker from suing?
Will we ever have eagles that are built for combat, like they are now? How will they fly and attack other aerial vehicles without crashing into them? What about swarms of eagles, when one group detects an enemy drone? Can each of those eagles fire off its own weapons?
Are we going to have robotic terrorists that are sent into battle against the United States or perhaps China? How will that work? Why do I bring this up? It is because we have seen the United States and our allies launch multiple robotic sting attacks on China's artificial intelligent QE [unmanned aerial vehicle] stealth aircraft without using shoot down mechanisms. Is the U.S. planning on having its robotic aircraft engage in frontal warfare against a QE and use its weapons systems against the unmanned aerial vehicle without using shoot downs?
How will artificial intelligent dogs work in the military? They will bark at incoming hostile aircraft and other potential threats. How will they interact with their handlers? How will the handlers control the direction of the artificial intelligent dog? These are very good questions and they need to be asked.
Artificial Intelligent Eagles and Future Artificial Intelligent Dogs will be on the cutting edge of future warfare. The military needs these new technologies. We must fund the research to develop this technology. Do not wait for someone else to make a breakthrough. This is a very important issue and we must find a solution today to keep our country safe.
Many people disagree with me on this topic. Some say that we cannot put robotic dogfighting with a human fighter jet, therefore it is not possible. However, if you think about it, how will the robotic aerial vehicle differentiate itself from a human fighter jet? If you think about future combat scenarios, the enemy may have hundreds of these robotic killer robots, and humans will be like cows or sheep being shot at by these robotic killing machines. Therefore, it makes sense for the military to develop a more advanced aerial robotic system to win the battle.
Another argument I hear is how will robotic aerial vehicles protect the US soldiers from remote-control attacks? As stated before, the future of warfare is already here and it is called UAV. UAV stands for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. Why would the United States use robotic aircraft to protect our troops? That makes no sense whatsoever as our troops deserve better protection.
So will there be a future where an artificially intelligent computer will fly a robotic drone and shoot down a remote-controlled aircraft? Well, it could very well happen, but it may take a very long time, probably ten to twenty years, to develop such a system, and even longer to fully master it. Is it worth investing the money in developing such a system? Well, consider all this in 2021.
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