An Investigation into the Militarisation of Artificial Intelligence
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This dissertation gained an understanding of the public’s perception of Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence that have a military application. Major General Clive ‘Chip’ Chapman kindly gave his consent to be interviewed for the dissertation to give his insight from an ex forces point of view and share his own expertise on the matter. The literature reviewed for the dissertation provides definitions and research into the existing research areas of artificial intelligence, existing militarised technologies and insight into Artificial Intelligence within popular culture. Primary Research was undertaken in the form as an online survey to understand the public’s perception and knowledge of Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence within the military. Another primary research method was used, an interview with Major General Clive Chapman which will be used to evaluate the results gained from the survey. An overall conclusion will then be drawn from the results gathered about the public’s perception of Artificial Intelligence within the Military.
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