The Daily Star (a not particularly reputable source) has reported that a so-called AI-based "Suicide Drone" has been spotted in Ukraine. (Please excuse all the click-bait. The website is atrocious).
Ukraine’s Internal Affairs Minister Anton Gerashchenko posted a photo of the KUB-BLA device to Telegram. [...]
The six-foot drone is made by by ZALA Aero, a subsidiary of famed Russian arms manufacturer Kalashnikov. After being fired from a portable launcher the KUB-BLA can loiter over a target area for up to half an hour, flying at speeds of around 80mph.
Once it has recognised a suitable target it deliberately crashes into it, detonating its seven-pound high explosive payload.
The images shared by Mr Gerashchenko appear to show a drone that has been damaged or shot down, but have yet to be officially verified.
At a demonstration of the deadly drone in 2019, ZALA claimed that it featured “intelligent detection and recognition of objects by class and type in real time”.
The images of the 6ft drone, which can fly at around 80mph and loiter over its target area for almost 30 minutes, shared by Gerashchenko have not been officially verified yet
Are there any reputable sources for this event? Can it be corroborated?