Artificial Intelligence may be useful for navigation, 
but in the ancient tradition of navigation,
do not rely on a single aid to navigation.

A simple example is plotting celestial sights to get a fix. Each sight with a sextant results in a line of position (LOP). Two intersecting LOPs gives a single point on the plotting sheet. This is simple enough, but it does not provide any checking or validation of the resultant fix. Three or more sights will result in a triangle or polygon which shows a probable area of position.

For centuries, navigators have been looking for a math-only solution to get a single point fix from a triangle or polygon. Their objective is to get a fix without using a plotting sheet, because it is tedious to make a Mercator plotting sheet, either manually or with a computer, and then it is tedious to plot all your sights.

Some of these math-only methods are impressive, and they work well most of the time, but in every case it is necessary to plot the results as a reality check.

AI may be useful, but it will always need human judgment to check it. I think that human judgment can only be created by our creator.

   To be continued...