From world leaders, to commercial titans, to scholars, more and more people are coming to believe that advances in artificial intelligence will change the world in dramatic ways. From the workplace to the military balance of power, the shifts, we are told, will be radical. But is this the case? In the third issue of the Texas National Security Review, Michael Horowitz of Penn has written the most comprehensive article weighing how and why artificial intelligence could matter when it comes to national security arena and the balance of power. Listen to Ryan Evans, the publisher of TNSR, chat to Michael about his article and these potentially earth-shaking technological advances that stand before us.
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