AI will be critical to national security despite risks

23/04/2024 | UK Government

A recent report published by The Alan Turing Institute highlights the significance of AI in assisting strategic decision-making on national security. AI tools can detect patterns, trends, and anomalies that go beyond human capabilities and help intelligence analysts make sense of complex issues. The report was commissioned by the Joint Intelligence Organisation (JIO) and Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) and prepared by the independent Centre for Emerging Technology and Security (CETaS) at The Alan Turing Institute.

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