Artificial Intelligence Is Already Transforming the Alliance. It’s Time for NATO and the EU to Catch Up.

written by On May 19, 2020

For delivery within the European Union, Amazon now sells facial recognition cameras for door locks, webcams, home security systems, and office attendance driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)—powerful tools with civilian and military purposes. Germany, France, Spain, Denmark and Romania have tested and often deployed AI and ML facial recognition tools, many of which were developed in the United States and China, for predictive policing and border control. AI and ML systems aid in contact tracing and knowledge sharing to contain the COVID-19 virus. However, the civilian and military strategies that drive use of AI and ML for the collection and use of data diverge across the member states of the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

 

Artificial Intelligence Is Already Transforming the Alliance. It’s Time for NATO and the EU to Catch Up.

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