USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO ENHANCE COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
Keywords:Demographic Dividend, Economic Growth, precautionary, humanitarian
The role of (artificial intelligence) in armed conflict has sparked heated debate, with the resulting controversy obscuring the advantages of autonomy and artificial intelligence for compliance with international humanitarian law. Compliance with IHL often depends on awareness of situations, e.g., information about the behavior of a potential target, protected persons and objects nearby, and circumstances that may jeopardize the conception or judgment of the plan. This research argues that (artificial intelligence) can help develop situational awareness technology that will make target selection and collateral damage estimation more accurate, thus reducing harm to civilians so that familiar precautionary measures such as taking extra time and consulting with more senior officers can be completed.
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