NATO hammers-out its first artificial intelligence (AI) strategy to promote ethical use advanced computers

Nov. 8, 2021
AI is considered to be especially a strong enabling technology when combined with big data, autonomy, biotechnology, and data exploitation.

BRUSSELS – NATO defense ministers have agreed to NATO’s first-ever strategy for artificial intelligence (AI). Eurasia Review reports. Continue reading original article

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

8 Nov. 2021 -- The strategy outlines how AI can apply to defense and security in a protected and ethical way. As such, it sets standards of responsible use of AI technologies, in accordance with international law and NATO’s values.

The NATO AI strategy also addresses the threats of AI from adversaries and how to establish trusted cooperation with the innovation community on AI.

AI is one of the seven technological areas that NATO Allies rank highly for their relevance to defense and security. These include quantum-enabled technologies, data and computing, autonomy, biotechnology and human enhancements, hypersonic technologies, and space.

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John Keller, chief editor
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