Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly utilized in warfare, influencing strategic decisions, military systems, and even propaganda. In Sudan’s civil war, AI-powered voice cloning impersonated the former president, altering public perception. The Russia-Ukraine conflict witnessed AI advancements in target recognition, data analysis, and drone usage. Israel’s “Fire Factory,” an AI system, aids in targeting and conducting bombings. In light of this, Bisma Ali, contemplated the future of warfare and how AI would completely change war as we know it.
Bisma Ali is an A-level student at LGS, Lahore. She is interested in artificial intelligence and other related fields.