China highlights the motherhood of AI-powered drones for the first time

China has launched the world’s first artificial intelligence-equipped drone carrier. This is an unmanned maritime mothership that can conduct maritime research, gather information, and even repel enemy drones.

The autonomous vessel, known as Zhu Haiyun, will launch in Guangzhou on May 18 and will sail at a top speed of 18 knots. Most of the 88.5 meter long ships are open decks for storing, launching and recovering in-flight drones.

It is also equipped with launch and recovery equipment for aquatic drones. In addition, ship drones have been reported to be able to form networks to monitor targets. Its AI operating system allows it to carry 50 flying, water and underwater drones that can be activated and recovered autonomously.

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