Boeing using AI to fly into the future with autonomous planes - Express.co.uk

The aviation firm announced that it will develop autonomous aircrafts that have the ability to arrive at a destination without human input.

Boeing says that it will use artificial intelligence aboard its aircrafts to minimise human needs.

Planes already have the ability to take off, cruise and land with minimal human interference, but Boeing is hoping to increase the amount a plane can do by itself.

Mike Sinnett, Boeings vice president of product development, is quoted by Reuters as saying: "When I look at the future I see a need for you know 41,000 commercial jet airplanes over the course of the next 20 years.

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