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The Navy has said it expects the X-47B to first land on a carrier by 2013, relying on pinpoint GPS coordinates and advanced avionics. The carrier's computers digitally transmit the carrier's speed, cross-winds and other data to the drone as it approaches from kilometres away.
That's what the article says but can't it be remotely piloted if they want to override the autonomous program?
Originally posted by Juggernog
Its notable to mention that not only is it unmanned, it is completely autonomous, no pilot at all.. Skynet type system is becoming reality.