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Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have claimed the world’s first use of AI & supercomputing in war!

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I doubt they were the first to use artificial intelligence in war. But it does discuss the AI technologies used in the recent conflict.

They used AI technology to identify targets for air strikes, specifically to counter the extensive tunnel network of their opponents.

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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have claimed the world’s first use of artificial intelligence (AI) and supercomputing in its recent conflict with Hamas.

IDF said it relied heavily on machine learning and data gathering for a period of over two years during its operation Guardian of the Walls.

An IDF Intelligence Corps senior officer was quoted by Jerusalem Post as saying.
“For the first time, artificial intelligence was a key component and power multiplier in fighting the enemy. This is a first-of-its-kind campaign for the IDF. We implemented new methods of operation and used technological developments that were a force multiplier for the entire IDF.”

In this video Defense Updates analyzes why Israel’s claim that it is the first to use AI and supercomputing in a war holds true?

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