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Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Every Aspect of War

by | Sep 12, 2019 | Current Threats



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As the navy plane swooped low over the jungle, it dropped a bundle of devices into the canopy below. Some were microphones, listening for guerrilla footsteps or truck ignitions. Others were seismic detectors, attuned to minute vibrations in the ground. Strangest of all were the olfactory sensors, sniffing out ammonia in human urine. Tens of thousands of these electronic organs beamed their data to drones and on to computers. In minutes, warplanes would be on their way to carpet-bomb the algorithmically ordained grid square.

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Source: http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/dr20190911-artificial-intelligence-is-changing-every-aspect-of-war