The research and development in the realm of artificial intelligence have traditionally been kept away from military applications. It has been an unwritten rule in the world of science and technology that AI would not be used for enhancing conventional military tactics such as bombings or artillery strikes, nor would it be harnessed to design automatic weapon systems capable of executing missions without human intervention. In the past, this was the ‘red line’ that most scientists, researchers, and tech entrepreneurs agreed not to cross. However, recent times have seen a significant shift in this attitude. Not just the superpowers, but even countries like Germany are now actively participating in what seems like an AI arms race. This article discusses the potential dangers of this escalating situation.
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