General says 'Judeo-Christian society' makes USA's AI better than rivals'

The future of AI in war depends on 'who plays by the rules of warfare and who doesn't'

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General says 'Judeo-Christian society' makes USA's AI better than rivals'

A US Air Force general has said the Pentagon's approach to AI surpasses its adversaries' in terms of ethics, attributing this advantage to the United States' "Judeo-Christian" foundation.

During a Hudson Institute event last Thursday, Lt. Gen. Richard Moore, the Air Force's deputy chief of staff for plans and programmes, said the United States' foundation in Judeo-Christian principl...

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