Agree there is a lot that could be done with it, depends mainly on the size of the hardware (processors and sensors) if it can be fitted to very small airframes like missiles or small drones. I have not been able to find out what hardware and software they use, which is probably not so surprising. If it is small enough to fit in missiles makes our sovereign missile production even more appealing. I really hope the CoA owns the IP to the smarts, and not Boeing.I agree that the AI is the important part. Ultimately I suspect it will be a transferable technology that will be incorporated into many different platforms in many different domains. I imagine that it will find itself not only in drones but also in missiles. Imagine an AI cruise missile with full situational awareness. It could serve as a co-pilot in manned aircraft and in fact would not even need to be aboard the aircraft it is controlling. No reason why it couldn't eventually replace human operators for Tritons and reapers.
could beis a completely disruptive technology.