Take20 Podcast: What we are thinking about AI

By |2023-10-19T11:27:15-10:00October 19th, 2023|Categories: news, webinar, Media|Tags: , , |

Faculty from Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) discuss the risks and opportunities surrounding the application of artificial intelligence in warfare, peace, and everything in between. Maj. Tony Smith of the U.S. Army recently served as a military fellow at DKI APCSS. His latest article on artificial intelligence was published by the Civil Affairs Association, appearing in "Civil Affairs Issue Papers Vol. 9, 2022-23." Download here. Maj. Tony Smith, serves as a Civil Affairs officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and holds a graduate degree from the Naval War College's Naval Command and Staff College. [...]

A Security Nexus Report Article Focusing on Artificial Intelligence for Security Practitioners

By |2023-05-09T09:49:55-10:00May 9th, 2023|Categories: Journal, news, Feller|Tags: , |

Major Brent Feller, United States Air Force Military Professor at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS), published a new report article for Security Nexus that explores the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT to assist security practitioners in the Indo-Pacific region. In his paper, Maj. Feller demonstrates ChatGPT’s ability to provide succinct information on key security-related topics in the Indo-Pacific, such as maritime security and illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing. While AI can be a valuable tool for increasing knowledge and providing insights, Major Feller emphasizes that users must verify information from [...]

DKI APCSS Military Fellow publishes paper on AI and Civil-Military Operations

By |2023-04-17T15:46:10-10:00April 17th, 2023|Categories: Courses, Faculty Articles, news, Smith|Tags: , |

“Civil-Military Operations in the Age of Artificial Intelligence,” a research paper by Maj. Tony Smith was recently published in the Ninth Volume of the Civil Affairs Issue Papers. This paper, which explores the nuances of Artificial Intelligence’s impact on Civil Affairs Operations, represents a small but meaningful step in our understanding of how technology is transforming aspects of modern warfare. Summary: The introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) serves as the next major offset technology transforming the character of war. In 2018, the Department of Defense rolled out its AI strategy, largely ignoring risks and external factors that make AI's arrival [...]

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