The military use of artificial intelligence can increase the possibility of war in a number of ways – by allowing more targets for computer hacking, for example, or threatening critical infrastructure. How does it change the classic model of stability in a nuclear world?
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Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 74 Issue 6
Keywords: AI, artificial intelligence, cyberattack, cyberdefense, cyberoffense, destabilizing technology, machine learning, national security
Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Disruptive Technologies, Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons