Israel uses AI-guided drone swarm to target Hamas militants in Gaza

Israel uses AI-guided drone swarm to target Hamas militants in Gaza
Israel uses AI-guided drone swarm to target Hamas militants in Gaza
AI drone swarm ‘is used in combat for the first time as Israel deploy them to attack Hamas militants’ Israeli Defence Force (IDF) said the swarm was used to identify Hamas targets for guided mortar weapons The swarm requires only a single human pilot to guide them to their target The drones fly as one integrated network guided by artificial intelligence Comes just weeks after Israel announced a laser defence system that can shoot down enemy drones and missiles 

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Israel has utilised an AI-guided drone swarm to carry out attacks on Hamas militants in what is believed to be a world-first use of the technology.

An Israeli Defence Force (IDF) support unit deployed the swarm to locate and target Hamas militants who had allegedly fired rockets into Israel in May.  

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Drones are typically guided by a human operator, but drone swarms represent a step forward in military technology by flying as one integrated network controlled by artificial intelligence.

The swarm requires only a single human operator to direct the entire swarm and before the drones guide themselves to locate the targets as a connected unit. 

The news comes just weeks after Israel announced the successful testing of a new laser defence system that can shoot down enemy missiles by burning a hole in them. 

The drone swarm only requires a single human to control it and flies as a network connected by artificial intelligence

The drone swarm only requires a single human to control it and flies as a network connected by artificial intelligence

The swarm can continue to operate even if some of the individual drones are destroyed, and can be deployed for a range of purposes including target identification, reconnaissance, and payload delivery (pictured: Israeli air strike unrelated to drone operation)

The swarm can continue to operate even if some of the individual drones are destroyed, and can be deployed for a range of purposes including target identification, reconnaissance, and payload delivery (pictured: Israeli air strike unrelated to drone operation)

The swarm has been used to identify and provide targeting information to guided mortar weapons to destroy enemy forces and weapons caches (pictured: Israeli air strike unrelated to drone operation)

The swarm has been used to identify and provide targeting information to guided mortar weapons to destroy enemy forces and weapons caches (pictured: Israeli air strike unrelated to drone operation)

“As far as we know, this is the first use of this

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