From the article:
Lockheed developed a down-range system that measured average crosswind; range to target; spotter scope position; air temperature, pressure, and humidity; and more, according to Military Aerospace. Using all those variables, it calculated the ballistics for a .308 bullet at ranges as far as 3,600 feet.
If my familiarity with guns are correct, don't most scopes have lines to allow one to adjust the aim? Granted, lines can't account for wind speed.
Anyway, aimbots will exist in real life soon. And after that, it will just be robot vs robot.