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Back on Aug. 20, a U.S. Air Force pilot climbed into an F-16 "simulator" – in essence, a digital copy that does everything a real Lockheed Martin Fighting Falcon can do – and squared off in a "dogfight" against an artificial intelligence robot.
The result: The AI robot shot the human pilot down in flames.
Digitally speaking, of course.
The shoot-down of a human F-16 pilot was part of a multi-day dogfight competition sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In fact, it played out in the grand finale of that DARPA "Air Combat Evolution" (ACE) competition – and meant that an AI "algorithm" was crowned as champ.
A robot is America's Top Gun.
It's a next key step in the "Drones Revolution" I've been chronicling for my Private Briefing subscribers.
And for investors like you, it means a hefty "wealth window" has been pushed wide open.
We're talking total "Blue Sky" profits… Full Story