Progress in artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, and robotics allow new capabilities that will affect military strategies assertively. The implications of these developments will be felt across the array of military criteria from knowledge, surveillance, and identification to balances of offense and defense, as well as to the nuclear weapons programs themselves. In this suite, five top AI experts and their potential applications within autonomous weapons and monitoring systems are the points of discussions about the moral and realistic challenges of handling the worldwide eruption in military AI research and development. The intention: to maintain fast progress in machine learning from triggering a global arms race in the backdrop of AI poses a new existential threat to humanity.
As the US, China, and Russia accelerate its use of artificial intelligence in military contexts, Europe fears falling behind unless the continent's policymakers take measures to combine their initiatives. Future concepts, models, algorithms, data sharing, access to elastic computing power, and sophisticated testing and training are suggested to create a data mobility framework.