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Gaza war: artificial intelligence is changing the speed of targeting and scale of civilian harm in unprecedented ways

By Lauren Gould, Assistant Professor, Conflict Studies, Utrecht University
Linde Arentze, Researcher into AI and Remote Warfare, NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Marijn Hoijtink, Associate Professor in International Relations, University of Antwerp
As Israel’s air campaign in Gaza enters its sixth month after Hamas’s terrorist attacks on October 7, it has been described by experts as one of the most relentless and deadliest campaigns in recent history. It is also one of the first being coordinated, in part, by algorithms.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being…The Conversation

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