Aeronautics researchers at MIT have developed a aircraft guidance system that allows a pilot in one plane to guide another unmanned airplane by speaking commands in English.
The new guidance system is designed for volatile combat situations. For instance, a pilot might be commanded to gather images of an enemy site located in unknown territory. Rather than putting himself in danger, the pilot could assign a nearby UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) to the task.
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