lunedì, Giugno 24, 2024

DEMOCRATIZING HARM: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE HANDS OF NONSTATE ACTORS

by, Sarah Kreps, Brookings

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have lowered the barrier to entry for both its constructive and destructive uses. Just a few years ago, only highly resourced states and state-sponsored groups could develop and deploy AI-empowered drones, cyberattacks, or online information operations. Low-cost, commercial off-the-shelf AI means that a range of nonstate actors can increasingly adopt these technologies.

Democratizing harm: Artificial intelligence in the hands of nonstate actors

 

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