ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AFFECTING STRATEGIC STABILITYJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.10, No. 03)
Publication Date: 2022-03-15
Authors : Hanuman Prasad Singh;
Page : 01-04
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Introduction of artificial intelligence(AI) in the nuclear weapons system exerts the stabilizing as well as destabilizing effect on strategic stability. AI enables informed decision making, development of more survivable delivery vehicle, physical and cyber security of nuclear assets, reduction in possibility of human error, surveillance of compliance of non-proliferation and disarmament treaties, integration of heterogeneous weapons for better performance, and underwater de-mining, etc. Simultaneously, by contrast, the threat to nuclear deterrence and nuclear assets from hypersonic glide vehicle leading to capability race, remote sensing over autonomous surface and underwater vehicles threatening invulnerable second strike capability, Patrov incident like situations possibility and requirement of human interference, instability inherent in threat detection with the deployment of AI driven more survivable and less controllable platforms including UCAVs, UAVs, UUVs, SLBMs, etc. are threatening the strategic stability. Which must be mitigated for long-lasting global peace through the development of universally accepted code of conduct in line with 1949 Geneva convention and Universal declaration of human rights 1948, etc, deliberation for risk reduction in regional as well as global stages, track two and 1.5 diplomacy, enabling human intervention in nuclear weapon launch system, commitment for No first use policy, complex interdependence etc.
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