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National Security Podcast: Battlefield Singularity, AI pixie dust, and the future of war

Asia & the Pacific Policy Society

June 20, 2019

“There is a level of hype and exuberance in conversations about artificial intelligence, particularly in China and the United States today, that may be exaggerated relative to the actual capabilities and limitations of AI today,” said CSET’s Elsa Kania.

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