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Cox, J., & Williams, H. (2021). The unavoidable technology: How artificial intelligence can strengthen nuclear stability. The Washington Quarterly, 44(1), 69–85. 
Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Cox2021
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Categories: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, General, Geopolitical, Military Science
Subcategories: Cross-domain deterrence, Doctrine, Strategy, United States
Creators: Cox, Williams
Collection: The Washington Quarterly

Artificial intelligence (AI) is developing at a rapid paceboth the technology itself and its applications. It is becoming unavoidable in both the civi- lian and military domains and will soon impact numerous areas of civilian and military life. In July 2020, for example, countries such as Colombia and Russia applied facial recognition technology, a form of artificial intelligence, to combat the coronavirus by detecting whether someone was not wearing a mask or had a high temperature through the use of thermal cameras and sounding an alarm. That same month, Open AI, a California company leading in AI tech- nology, released the software GPT-3, a text generator that can mimic human creativity to write convincing essays, emails, or tweets. Global AI-generated revenue is projected to climb from US$643.7 million in 2016 to US$36.8 billion in 2025, a factor of almost 60 times greater.

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