Artificial intelligence, which increases its weight in our lives every year, undoubtedly has an important place in the future of human beings. But if you think artificial intelligence is just a consumer and business-centric technology, you're wrong.
Companies use artificial intelligence to automate various processes, while consumers use it to facilitate their daily routines; however, governments - especially the armies - have a keen interest in the speed and impact of this technology. Some states, such as China , are already using artificial intelligence to track their citizens. In addition, the British Defense Ministry (MoD) said last week that artificial intelligence will be used to make decisions regarding national security and war.
DASA , which operates within MoD, announced that it has provided 4 million pounds of financing for new projects and initiatives, investigating how artificial intelligence can be used in the British navy. DASA is primarily working to develop artificial intelligence and machine learning-based systems that will enable warships to process thousands of intelligence and data in seconds.
Automation, machine learning and AI-driven technologies will be integrated into Britain's military systems and will help military elements increase their sensitivity to potential and real threats. Experts predict that wars between states and armies will take place over cyber security and artificial intelligence in the future.
Mode, the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) who led Julian Tagg, " Automation , blends with machine learning and artificial intelligence, skills and experience of our men and women, we can provide the holding of future army of Britain safer" she says.
England is not the only country trying to militarize artificial intelligence. The US government has also allocated $ 927 million for "Military Intelligence / Machine Learning investments" in last year's budget, and it is said that China and Russia have funded millions of dollars every year in this area. points out that he is working to integrate.
In short, artificial intelligence can be the future of war as well as everything will come. In the coming years, artificial intelligence technologies can make war decisions based on their programmed algorithms, and perhaps even control weapon systems automatically. All of these not only increase the defense capability of countries, but also open up new discussion topics. Because past experiences taught us that automatic weapons systems should not always be trusted. However, considering that human beings are an entity that does not learn from their mistakes, anxieties about the future also increase significantly.