Scientists said AI helped double the efficiency of the weapon. Photo: Shutterstock
Scientists said AI helped double the efficiency of the weapon. Photo: Shutterstock

Chinese researchers turn to artificial intelligence to build futuristic weapons

  • Scientists say they have used the technology to build a pistol-sized coilgun that is the smallest and most powerful of its kind
  • The Chinese military already uses AI to build powerful weapons such as railguns, that can fire projectiles over a range of hundreds of kilometres

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
Scientists said AI helped double the efficiency of the weapon. Photo: Shutterstock
Scientists said AI helped double the efficiency of the weapon. Photo: Shutterstock
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