Artificial Intelligence vs National Security


Artificial Intelligence, or commonly known as AI, is a briskly emerging field of technology. The rapid growth of AI has substantial implications on national security. The potential international competitors include such as USA, China and Russia. Artificial intelligence is highly used in developing applications to cater range of military functions. Artificial intelligence ha gained its place in a world of research in the grounds of f intelligence collection and analysis, logistics, cyber operations, information operations, command and control, and in a variety of semiautonomous and autonomous vehicles. China is the most leading competitor against USA in developing AI and aims to capture worldwide lead in artificial intelligence by 2030. China is primarily focused on using AI to make fast and well informed decisions along with developing various autonomous military vehicles. Russia is more invested in using AI in the field of robotics. AI can acquaint the world with various challenges along with many advantages militarily. AI is capable of carrying out and facilitating autonomous military and combat operations which can introduce a unique form of influence, unpredictability, vulnerability and manipulation. AI is also expected to bring social transformations of an extraordinary scale. AI’s capabilities may affect, directly or indirectly, the preconditions for peace, nature of conflicts and insecurities that are often perceived by people and States.