The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, a subordinate of the US Congress, has stressed in its latest report. That the US military must build “killer robots” for military purposes.
Explaining the reason for its insistence, the commission wrote in its report that unless such an “automatic, dynamic.
On that basis, the commission “strongly urges the US military to take seriously the development and practical testing of such a system.”
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It should be noted that this detailed report covers various aspects of artificial intelligence regarding US security, including industry, trade, manufacturing, and medicine, as well as the military sector. US government commission urges Congress to create an “autonomous military system”.
The report suggests that the US government should spend $32 billion annually on the development of artificial intelligence and give special importance to the military sector in this regard, as “China and Russia are already investing heavily in this field.” ”
Reuters news agency has used the phrase “artificial intelligence weapons / military systems” in its report, which is a broad concept in itself.
Weapons/military systems equipped with artificial intelligence include all military equipment. Including automatic bombers and fighter jets, as well as automatic warships, submarines, missiles, and vehicles. Which do not require human instruction or human intervention to carry out their work.
There is a strong possibility that the first “killer robots” will be in the form of a vehicle. Or an aircraft that will be gradually developed into a human form. However, this destination is still a long way off.
It will be interesting to read that the head of the US National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence is Eric Schmidt was the CEO of Google from 2001 to 2011.
We see a massive use of artificial intelligence in our daily life. Moreover, It has increased so much that it is hardly interfering in any field of life.
In addition, the volume of the global artificial intelligence market in 2019 was just over $27 billion. Which is expected to increase to $267 billion by 2027.
Similarly, the global market for military artificial intelligence was $4.8 billion in 2018. It could increase to $16 billion by 2026.