Putin: the future of aviation lies in artificial intelligence and unmanned technologies

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Putin: the future of aviation lies in artificial intelligence and unmanned technologies

Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that the future of aviation is artificial intelligence and unmanned aerial vehicles. The announcement was made at the International Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS) in Zhukovsky.

– MAKS is looking into the future. And the future belongs to unmanned aerial vehicles and robotic systems, the use of artificial intelligence in aviation, the Russian leader said, adding that all these areas are widely represented at MAKS.

He also recalled that within the framework of the air show, one of the stages of the All-Russian competition “Personnel for the digital industry” is being held, noting that the Russian authorities are striving to actively attract young specialists to the aerospace industry.

Recall that the XV International Aviation Show MAKS-2021 has opened in Moscow, which will be held in Zhukovsky from 20 to 25 July this year. Visitors to the airfield will see thematic displays and the latest examples of Russian weapons. This year, MAKS will feature civil and military aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, engine building, space industry, security systems and much more. The site kp.ru conducts a live online broadcast.

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