AI Agents in Action: Revolutionary Capabilities, Future Developments, and Ethical Implications | Aviation

The X-62 Variable In-Flight SimulatorTest Aircraft (VISTA) flies in the skies over Edwards Air Force Base, California, Aug. 26, 2022. (Air Force photo by Kyle Brasier). The inset shows the HUD of an ACP (Autonomous Collaborative Platform), courtesy of Shield AI.

We talked with one of the companies whose AI agent flew the X-62A VISTA with Frank Kendall in the cockpit.

Founded in 2015, Shield AI is a pioneering company dedicated to advancing autonomous systems for military aviation. With a mission to protect service members and civilians through intelligent technology, Shield AI develops cutting-edge AI pilots and autonomy products.

Their innovative solutions have flown on various aircraft, from quadcopters to advanced military jets like the X-62A VISTA. By combining traditional heuristic methods with neural network reinforcement learning.

We recently had the chance to interview the Shield AI team, led by Brandon Tseng, former Navy SEAL and co-founder/president of the company, and delve into their pivotal role in the historic flight of the X-62A VISTA with U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall aboard.

The discussion you will read in the interview covers the innovative AI agents developed by Shield AI, their current and future projects, and the transformative impact of AI on military…


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