There is no one universally agreed definition of Artificial Intelligence (AI). However, a general, albeit oversimplified definition of AI is the capacity of a computer system to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as visual observation, decision making and speech recognition.
Artificial Intelligence has expanded the space of function, for machines, by delivering artificial cognition to computers. This is not only permitting machines to execute certain errands but also making decisions.
Consequently, with every passing day, the applications of AI in defense are seeing speedy progressions. The global Aerospace & Defence (A&D) industry spends much less on research and development than other critical sectors like industrials, computing and electronics, healthcare etc.
In fact, defense contracting around the world, has been amongst the most risk-averse area since the end of the Cold War, often choosing to repay investment to shareholders via share buybacks and dividend payouts Read More