The Indian Army

PC: The Economic Times

Indian Army: Training in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

With rising tension at the borders, the Indian Army has presently attempted a significant learning on "niche and disruptive warfare technologies," which ranges from drone swarms, robotics, lasers to Artificial Intelligence. This is in an attempt to improve the 13-lakh strong Army's future military arrangements. It expects to revolve around the effective cooperation of soldiers and such disruptive advancements into a "cohesive war-fighting machinery".

Sun, 09 Aug 2020 - 02:42 AM / by Antara Paul

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