The US is at the forefront of developing and incorporating artificial intelligence as part of its military, though advancements must continue to keep up with adversaries, according to experts, Report informs referring to Newsweek.

The US continues to modernize in other ways, including more funding for nuclear testing and revitalizing aircraft and naval vessels. The recent unveiling of the new B-21 Raider nuclear stealth bomber, developed by Northrop Grumman, for the US Air Force could be considered the next step into a new military frontier due to the “invisible” aircraft’s clandestine ability to penetrate air defenses and reach targets worldwide that approximately 90 percent of current US bombers are incapable of doing.

The B-21 is a prime example for its physical build and ability to carry nuclear warheads and for how technology is speeding up testing and design, according to Tate Nurkin, a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Forward Defense and Indo-Pacific Security Initiative.