Ukraine uses AI to target oil refineries

Ukraine uses AI to target oil refineries
Ukraine uses AI to target oil refineries
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One of the strategic points is Russia’s huge oil and gas industry, which, despite sanctions and price limits, remains the largest source of revenue for Moscow’s war economy.

One of the attacks occurred at Rosneft’s Ryazan refinery — considered one of the largest in Russia — and is part of Ukrainian combat efforts.

Basically, you take a model with a chip and train that model to identify the geography and target it is flying over. When it is finally deployed, it is able to identify where it is. It does not require any communication (with satellites), it is completely autonomous. Noah Sylvia, research analyst at the Royal United Services Institute

Accuracy under interference is made possible through the use of artificial intelligence. Each aircraft has a terminal computer with satellite and terrain data. Flights are determined in advance with our allies, and aircraft follow the flight plan to allow us to hit targets with meters of precision. Unidentified source explains to CNN how AI drones work

You Ukrainian attacks on Russian refineries are causing oil prices, in the world, go up. Brent crude has risen almost 13% since January.

In addition to refineries, some of Russia’s largest ports — responsible for around two-thirds of its exports of crude oil and petroleum products—would also be within reach of AI-equipped drones, CNN reported.


The article is in Portuguese

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