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AI in National Security and Defence

Raghu Pabby
chemical enggr from DAVUNIVERSITY loves meditation ,yoga and dancing and reading biopics and passionate to learn BE BETTER THAN YOURSELF

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sir, please make some more lessons on art and culture and science&tech.
Hi Kusum, I will try that :-)
  1. HI GUYS IAM RAGHUNANDAN BTECH(CHEMICAL) LOVE TO HELP OTHERS TEACHING IS MY PASSIONS


  2. WELCOME TO NEW COURSE PT 2019 : SECURITY . # GS Paper III (Main) & Prelims 2019 (June 2018 to June 2019) TARGET AUDIENCE: ALL UPSC,STATE PSC ASPIRANTS PLZ RATE REVIEW AND RECOMMEND & DONT FORGET TO ENROLL


  3. SECURITY # GS Paper III (Main) GS Paper (Prelims) JUNE 2018 to JUNE 2019


  4. JUNE 2018


  5. AI IN NATIONAL SECURITY & DEFENCE # Internal Security # Technology Recently, the Ministry of Defence conducted a workshop on Artificial Intelligence in National Security and Defence and produced a 'Listing of Use Cases' and established an 'Al Task Force'. Let us understand the various listing of use cases for Al in the field of national security and defence.


  6. Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence (AI) simply means the simulation of intelligent behaviour in computers wherein . Al is a sub-field of Machine Learning (ML) B The basis for Al based applications essentially works on building profile that mimics normal behaviour by learning from the data generated from a given use case Then using machine learning/ deep learning techniques, one can draw correlations among various parameters in an automated way (from the huge data set) and can flag pattern and anomalous . behaviour for further analysis and insights BAl is essentially a dual use technology whereby it can provide technology driven economic growth and also has the potential to provide military superiority.


  7. THINGS TO KNOW . Future Roadmap . The Ministry of Defence intends to develop a future roadmap on Al with following goals: . To establish tactical deterrent in the South Asian region; To support peaceful and commercial use of Al; To mitigate catastrophic risk; To visualize potential transformative weaponry of future; To facilitate in keeping a check on non-state actors; To develop intelligent, autonomous robotic systems; P) To enhance capabilities for creation, collection and analysis of data; To bolster cyber defence.


  8. Objectives The Terms of Reference for the Al Task Force under Chairmanship of C Chandrasekharan are: . Study use of Al by other leading countries including US, China, Japan Germany, Russia etc. Study of level of Al/ML development in India in general and specific in the context of defence . needs. Mae recommendations of making India a significant power of Al in defence specifically in the area of aviation, naval, land systems, cyber, nuclear, and biological warfare. . Recommendations to include both defensive and offensive needs including counter Al needs. Make specific recommendations with respect to arrangements for Al safety required within . defence ecosystem. BMake recommendations for policy and institutional interventions that are and encourage Al based technologies for defence sector. required to regulate


  9. Specific suggestions for increased focus on Al within DRDO, BEL, service units, selected academic institutions. Make recommendations to work with start- ups/commercial industry in the field of use of Al for defence purposes. Make recommendations regarding appropriate strategies of working with US based companies. Recommendations for funding required to achieve aforementioned goals.


  10. MILITARY CASE USES Weapon eSystems Developing lethal autonomous weapon systems for Air, ground and underwater defence requirements; Autonomous systems for ships, drones, machine guns, etc. Both human-in-the-loop and human-on-the-loop scenarioS