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AI: Artificial intelligence already upending Geopolitics

AI: Artificial intelligence already upending Geopolitics
Posted By GEO´ Newsteam – Gibraltar
The TechCrunch Global Affairs Project has examined the increasingly intertwined relationship between the Technology and Geopolitics
The article by Techcrunch.com authors Angela Kane https://techcrunch.com/author/angela/ and Wendell Wallach https://techcrunch.com/author/wendell-wallach/ examines how Geopolitical actors have always used technology to further their goals. Unlike other technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) is far more than a mere tool. 
Not wanting to anthropomorphize AI or suggest that it has intentions of its own, they say that it is not — yet — a moral agent. But it is fast becoming a primary determinant of the collective destiny. They go on to say that they believe that because of  AI’s unique characteristics — and its impact on other fields, from biotechnologies to nanotechnologies — it is already threatening the foundations of global peace and security. Learn More/…
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