That’s just one of several high-tech deadlines Putin set recently.
Moscow’s equivalent of DARPA wants a cold-weather drone that can stay aloft for four days.
The Jan. 15 instruction follows a year of Russian efforts to better unify public and private AI research.
Moscow is starting to put financial and logistical muscle behind its efforts to develop artificial intelligence.
This week, Russia is hosting its biggest military exhibition—Army-2018.