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Episode #27

AI in warfare

How much control should AI have when your enemy has AI too?

As Jeremy Kofsky, a member of the Marine Corps explains, AI will be everywhere in military operations. That’s a bit frightening, given the speed at which AI operates and given the stakes involved. My discussion with Jeremy covers a range of issues, including how and where a human should be in control, what needs to be done given that the enemy can use AI as well, and just how much responsibility lies not with military policy, but with individual commanders.

Jeremy Kofsky is a 20-year Marine with small-unit operational experience on five continents. Over his 12 deployments, he has conducted combat operations, provided tactical to strategic level intelligence, and seen the growth of Artificial Intelligence in the military sphere. He conducts Artificial Intelligence work for the Key Terrain Cyber Institute as a 2nd Lt J.P. Blecksmith Research Fellow. Recently he completed the Brute Krulak Scholar Program as the first ever enlisted member to complete the year-long process.