Raja-Mandala: India, US and Artificial Intelligence

Comments Written by C. Raja Mohan | Published:April 12, 2016 12:06 am This week, in Geneva, Indian diplomats are closely monitoring an international expert review of the legal implications of the so-called “lethal autonomous weapons”. These weapons will have the capability of selecting and engaging targets on their own. Although fully autonomous weapons are yet to register significant presence in the arsenal of any nation, many consider their development and deployment inevitable in the coming years. Rapid advances in robotics, machine-learning and big-data analytics are at once driving the so-called “fourth industrial revolution” and the transformation of modern warfare. How the leading powers mobilise and deploy these technologies will shape the balance of economic and military power among them in the coming decades. At the centre of it all is…


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