How AI is driving a future of autonomous warfare | DW Analysis technology ai

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The artificial intelligence revolution is just getting started. But it is already transforming conflict. Militaries all the way from the superpowers to tiny states are seizing on autonomous weapons as essential to surviving the wars of the future. But this mounting arms-race dynamic could lead the world to dangerous places, with algorithms interacting so fast that they are beyond human control. Uncontrolled escalation, even wars that erupt without any human input at all.

DW maps out the future of autonomous warfare, based on conflicts we have already seen – and predictions from experts of what will come next.

For more on the role of technology in future wars, check out the extended version of this video – which includes a blow-by-blow scenario of a cyber attack against nuclear weapons command and control systems:

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DW News 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

For more on the role of technology in future wars, check out the extended version of this video – which includes a blow-by-blow scenario of a cyber attack against nuclear weapons command and control systems: https://youtu.be/TmlBkW6ANsQ

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MADE to MOVE 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

thos kamikaze drones where used on 9/11

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Marina Yordanova 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

"Hasta la vista, Baby! Skynet is online!"

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Patrick Pirzer 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

The scenario of "Fast war" reminds me of the book "Fail safe" in which a war by accident happens.

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Nasi Padang 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

The engineers that design Harop definitely plays as Aeon in Supreme Commander.

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Jarrod Yuki 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

hehe i hate humanity.

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Fred Nurke 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Poor-man's airforce.

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bobcharlotte 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Killing people is good business… money money money

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Peter Theman 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

If " human-guided" drone strikes that "accidentally" kill children in Afghanistan because someone mistook water canisters for bomb-making equipment is not enough, lets trust AI for our decision making process!🙄

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nesseiht gnay 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

The US has been doing AI for a long time, DARPA.

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Marc Brown 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Doodle bug mark 2

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Channel Warhorse 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Enjoyed, thank you. Prefer the civil applications 🙂 🙃 how big are swarms .. so Defensive systems must evolve. It is hard coupled with climate change, that our innovation is not evolving rapidly .. most technology I view as, can it combat Climate Change and HOW

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jaye see 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

'The Beigel' and 'The Pickle Herring' are devastating.

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Ali Mohammad 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

It will start like these until the meatbag soldiers will be replaced by droids

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aboab dcm 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

massive emp blast , quad minigun anti drone strike gunner .

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Marchel Awarab 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Dmm

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Bryan M 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

A ban on this stuff will never work because countries like China and Russia will always ignore it even if they have signed on. It's better for the playing field to be equal that for authoritarian regimes to be the only ones holding the cards.

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Truth seeker 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Down with Israel and USA hi from uk

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Dislike Hate - adanaC 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

What's worrying is what if our corrupted leaders force us into that kind of war?

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snodgrass snod 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

🗿 Run elon 🏃 run 💫🚀

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basic bitch Photography 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Urrrrrm they're called hornets actually 🤓🎮

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nilpoint 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

a scanner darkly

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Se Fu 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Humans: What can we do to have a prosper, peaceful future ?
Humans: I know ! Put our weapons in the hands of AI and remove humans from direct control and ignore the hackers…
Future AI and future dictators: Check mate !

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Pasta Masta 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

It's spooky that you could get a missile in the air and let it sit around for a while until it has a target, but to be honest, it's such an inefficient weapon compared to already conventional missiles with a lower cost, higher payload and much greater speed, making it harder to intercept than the missile drones with also a larger silhouette.

In comparison to AI assisted targeting on fighters, fighters have a much more significant combat efficiency making targeting more accurate and spotting quicker, so you could just launch missiles in about the same if not longer range due to being able to invest in higher quality cameras and targeting systems than disposable ones of the drones.
I can see where the drones can be used, if used in swarms and making them do a suicide run, but even then, air superiority and ground support is already so efficient that it would just cost so much more money for a one time use weapon as opposed to having fighters and bombers rearm in a second or even continuous runs in a far longer range including the already in use MQ-1 predator UAVs.

The swarm of small drones I can see how they could be useful in a lot of roles, even for minor targeted bombing like for human targets or vehicles and parts of infrastructure like pipes, electric grid points and maybe even larger buildings with a larger swarm. Other than that, I find they're excellent for real time intelligence overhead, especially since they're so small and nimble, making them hard to spot and shoot and are far more cheaper to replace than some other aerial spotting equipment.

The technology is pretty scary, especially when you can imagine them being able to be hacked or they don't work as intended for what ever reason and causing unwanted damage, but I personally see pretty great potential in aiding soldiers and making their lives much more safer to be able to come home at the cost of some thousands of dollars of material in place of millions that went into training and caring for soldiers willing to fight.

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Qiu Qiu Channel 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Soon we Will start sending Millions of robots and drones to war….just hope that their opponent is not humanity 👍👍👍

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Qwi 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

China have AI nuclear hypersonic missile

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Turan İslamli 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Karabag isn't disputed land, belongs to Azerbaijan. The whole world recognizes it like that.

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Bitd 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

The one with the biggest military, military budget, military industrial complex and the most military bases in the world needs to be first against these weapons. It would be suicide for any of the other nations in the world to agree to a ban if the elephant in the room does not step up first.

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LIFE107, FAMILY, FITNESS, BOXING, TRAVEL & HEALTH 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Autonomous nuclear war is coming, terminator Skynet style

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gjp 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

'An exclusive first look at a UN Institute Report on the risks of autonomous weapons. On some future battlefield, a military robot will make a mistake. Designing autonomous machines for war means accepting some degree of error in the future, and more vexingly, it means not knowing exactly what that error will be.'
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gjp 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều Reply
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Trekkie0802 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

So…these are basically more primitive versions of the Ancient Drone weapons we see in Stargate.

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Mango Five 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

10:10 Tie fighters!

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Bal Loney 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

Thanks to DW News for this expose`, they give unbiased report on this matter.

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Bal Loney 24/09/2021 - 9:31 Chiều

We just used this in retaliation for the 13 heroes who tried to save thousands of lives in Afgh. recently.

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