By Anna Ellis •
Published: 22 Sep 2022 • 15:57
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The aim of the conference is to establish an agenda that will ultimately lead to international agreements on how to develop and apply this technology responsibly, according to the Dutch government.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is essential for high-tech, future-proof armed forces.
At the same time, there are risks and dilemmas associated with it, for instance, if the deployment of AI leads to a lack of human control, the potential escalation of violence or lack of clarity as regards responsibility.
According to Mr Hoekstra, “AI is developing at a rapid pace, including in the military domain.”
“This new technology is set to become one of the greatest challenges we will face in the area of international security and arms control.”
He added: “If we don’t make international agreements now about frameworks for the responsible development, deployment and use of AI, we will regret it later.”
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Originally from Derbyshire, Anna has lived in the middle of nowhere on the Costa Blanca for 19 years. She is passionate about her animal family including four dogs and four horses, musicals and cooking.
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