In this excerpt from their book, Kissinger, Schmidt, and Huttenlocher consider the transformations AI will impose on the planning, preparation and conduct of war. They conclude that humans remain essential to the equation.
"AI isn't novel because it's trying to take over the world (it isn't); it's novel because it's imprecise, dynamic, emergent and capable of learning all at the same time." Eric Schmidt, Hernry Kissinger and Daniel Huttenlocher talk about their new book and the promises and perils of AI.
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