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Hanwha, KAIST to develop AI-based military weapons

Monday 26 February 2018 | 07:11 CET | News
South Korean defense business Hanwha Systems and state-run science research university Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have launched a project to co-develop artificial intelligence (AI) features to be applied to military weapons, The Korea Times reports. Hanwha and KAIST have recently opened a joint research center at KAIST, where researchers from the university and Hanwha will carry out various studies into how technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution can be used on future battlefields. 25 researchers from KAIST will participate in the center, while the

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