AI could improve global stability from around 2040, claims US thinktank RAND Corporation

Lee Bell
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RAND claims AI could enhance strategic stability by improving accuracy in intelligence collection and analysis

Artificial intelligence has the potential to prevent the end of the world by as soon as 2040, all thanks to its 'nuclear deterrence capabilities', a new RAND Corporation paper has suggested. "Wh...

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