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Is AI a catalyst for regional or global conflicts?





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Summary:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is today the main word used to impress people, despite the fact that not everyone understands its complete dimension. But no matter is named and is dimensioned, the AI exists and produces many effects in daily life.

In this perspective the AI use is partially weaponised. Is a normal situation, because almost all new technologies, at their time, had been evaluated from their military used. Because of its strong potential, AI will be used in the next years in geopolitical actions, peaceful or violent.

From this point of view, it is necessary to examine the real role of AI in this military dimension of geopolitics: is this technology a catalyst to new conflicts, or to inflame the former ones? Is AI a tool for military achievements, or is the main one, in the modern one? To questions as such I shall try to answer, having in mind that list of problems is open.


Speaker:




Dr. Marius Vacarelu

Professor, National School of Political and Administrative StudiesBucharest, Romania

Founding Member of the GNAI&IS






Marius Vacarelu (PhD). Political scientist and legal expert. Graduated from the Law Faculty in Bucharest; he teaches public law in the National School of Political Science and Public Administration since 2005. Founding Member of the GNAI&IS. Member of the committee which edits the Romanian magazine “GeoPolitica”. Head of the “The Geopolitics of the East Association” which runs the website www.geopoliticaestului.ro. Author / co-author / coordinator of 22 books and more than 200 scientific articles. Frequent on Romanian televisions on geopolitics sphere. Blogger to the most important journal from Romania – "Adevarul" – http://adevarul.ro/blogs/marius.vacarelu. Papers were presented and published in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Russia, France, Czech Republic, Poland.

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