Starting at \$17,000, TrackingPoint is launching a range of Precision Guided Firearms (PGFs) that use a Linux-powered scope and other advanced technologies to provide shooters with real-world auto-aim.
Nun ratet mal was nun passiert ist…
Hackers Can Disable a Sniper Rifle—Or Change Its Target
PUT A COMPUTER on a sniper rifle, and it can turn the most amateur shooter into a world-class marksman. But add a wireless connection to that computer-aided weapon, and you may find that your smart gun suddenly seems to have a mind of its own—and a very different idea of the target.
Und sollte jemand immer noch nicht begriffen haben warum AI in Waffen idiotisch ist, dem kann nun echt nicht mehr weiter geholfen werden.