It’s common knowledge that governments, especially in times of war, tend to use the latest and the most sophisticated technologies to their advantage. Governments are constantly competing over who is revolutionizing their operations. Harvard Business Review once mentioned that global governance is working toward incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) into the public sector.
It’s worth mentioning that AI is already being applied to various fields including natural language processing, machine learning, robotics, computer vision, etc.
That being said, we should also mention the flaws that come with AI, one of which is data bias. These technologies operate based on the data that you feed. Assuming you belong to a certain political party, you will gather data that align with your ideas and beliefs. This, in fact, might lead to involuntary bias and corruption.
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