Using Artificial Intelligence in National Security


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rusi.org— A conversation with Dr Marion Oswald, Associate Professor of Law at Northumbria University and RUSI Associate Fellow, on the opportunities and ethical challenges of using artificial intelligence in national security.

Homeland Security Today—NSA, Intelligence Community Leaders Lift Veil on Strategic Priorities During 2022 Intelligence and National Security Summit. Approaching eight months following Russia’s initial attack on Ukraine, the IC leaders provided an assessment of our adversary’s capabilities.

www.zawya.com—“The Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda in South Sudan could not be timelier” – South Sudan begins the development of its second National Action Plan on the United Nations (UN) Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security. © Press Release 2022

The Paradise News—How Rwanda is Using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Healthcare. Drug stock-outs and shortage of medical equipment in health facilities in Rwanda are becoming a thing of the past, thanks to an innovation that is addressing procurement constraints. Viebeg Technologies, a venture capital-backed Health Tech company, is helping to expand access to affordable health care in Central and East Africa by aiding healthcare facilities in […] Read Full Story At How Rwanda is Using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Healthcare