AI Robot: The robot that China is working on does not even need human help to attack the ships of the enemy country. Rather, he can collect all the information about the ship by taking his sensors.
China Underwater AI Robot is making an underwater robot. Photo – Twitter
Underwater AI Robot: China is building an artificial intelligence robot that can hide in the sea and attack enemy country ships with torpedoes (weapons used in water). The surprising thing is that the robot will not even need human guidance for this work. These Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) were included in experiments conducted decades ago. During the experiment, it managed to find the dummy submarine and attack it with torpedoes.
According to the Daily Mail report, China has conducted experiments on the Taiwan Strait (China Underwater Robot). In which the UUV was sent to a depth of 30 feet below sea level. In which it was found that the UUV, after finding the submarine, monitoring the target, attacked the dummy with torpedoes without weapons. The UUV used onboard sensors for data. Which was analyzed through the computer, so that the task could be completed.
mentioned in the paper
This experiment was mentioned in a 2010 paper by researchers at Harbin Engineering University, which was made public only last week. Scientists led by Professor Liang Guolong wrote, ‘The need for underwater warfare in the future brings new opportunities for the development of unmanned vehicles.’ At the same time, on the Taiwan Strait on which China has conducted these experiments, it claims its own. Information about the robot has also come to the fore at a time when China recently warned Japan against offering to join the US military to defend Taiwan.
Japan described as ‘powerless’
A column in China’s state-run Global Times said Japan is “digging its own grave” by asking the US to defend Taiwan from China. In this, Japan was described as powerless against the Chinese army and warned not to cross Beijing’s lines. On the other hand, talking about UUVs, they are already being used by commercial shipping companies but they have never been used in war.
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