Will be too late if work doesn’t begin on incorporating AI into armed forces’ system: General Rawat


Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Friday pitched for incorporating artificial intelligence and big data into the armed forces’ system, and cautioned that many countries, including “some of our adversaries”, are spending “huge money” on this aspect of technology.

Addressing the Army Technology Seminar at Manekshaw Centre here, he said, it will be “too late” if we don’t start work on AI and big data.

“We have identified technologies that need to be incorporated (into our system),” he said.

“But, we also need to address, how can we incorporate AI and big data into our system. We can’t just leave them to be in military glossary,” Rawat said in the keynote address. Read More

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