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The United States seeks to use artificial intelligence military weapon
Tech giants do not talk about it, but the Silicon Valley initiative of the government spending, particularly funding for the US Department of Defense for such things as radar, semiconductors and what later became the Internet.
Everybody was happy about it, but now it seems that Silicon Valley began to respond beautiful, and through building the future of defensive techniques.
Finally, the US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter fourth visit to Silicon Valley. He spoke near the headquarters of Google Inc. , about the importance of the development of artificial intelligence in the weapons of the United States.
He was speaking of what Carter called “experimental facility in the defense of the unity of innovation”, which began a year ago in Mountain View, California. Although the leaders of the technology used in the past to go to Washington, but Washington now become also come to them.
In addition to artificial intelligence, Carter spoke about the performance of the new facility speed, which means that they are trying a lot of different things quickly, and visit creativity complexes, and even think outside Penta Fund ribs, in a possible reference to the US Department of Defense, “Pentagon”.
But observers are likely to do the talking about it a little to appease many critics, inside and outside of technology, who are concerned about the wars-assisted machines, especially after the use of computers in lethality, which will be difficult to limit conflicts.
Similarly, there are concerns about what the other major world powers in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence. However the United States a leader in the field of artificial intelligence remains, thanks to Silicon Valley companies. But the confrontation between adversaries who are working on the development of artificial intelligence techniques may mean an escalation of unexpected or any other type of complications that can overwhelm the human beings in charge of monitoring.
Observers point out that the ethical dimensions and unintended consequences seem evident with aircraft program without a combat pilot, which gives a glimpse of what may lead to the use of artificial intelligence in the field of defense.
And it is expected to be watching a lot of Pentagon officials in Silicon Valley, and in other parts of the technology as well. He conducted a brigade Sarah Zabul, Deputy Defense Agency Director of Information Systems from the Air Force on Tuesday to interview lasted one hour with a group specializing in computer networks for security needs and communication system hers communications, which includes 4.5 million users.Viewing:-114
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