Israel’s use of AI in Gaza war: Implications for Israel-Palestine conflict

//

News Team

Israel has been using artificial intelligence technology to select and expand potential targets in its ongoing war with Gaza. The conflict has caused widespread devastation in Gaza, and a temporary ceasefire with Hamas has now been broken with Israel resuming air strikes and shelling.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made it clear that he wants to eliminate Hamas, and the use of AI technology by the Israeli army is reportedly helping to expand its list of potential targets. This raises concerns about the implications for civilians in Gaza and the potential for even more deaths.

Meron Rapoport, an editor at Local Call and investigative journalist, Robert Geist Pinfold, a lecturer in Peace and Security at Durham University in the UK, and Jessica Dorsey, an assistant professor in International and European Law at Utrecht University, discuss the implications of Israel’s use of AI technology in the conflict.

The use of AI technology in selecting and expanding potential targets in the conflict between Israel and Gaza has raised concerns about the impact on civilians. The ongoing war has caused widespread devastation in Gaza, and a temporary ceasefire with Hamas has been broken with Israel resuming air strikes and shelling.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stated goal of eliminating Hamas has been a driving force behind Israel’s use of AI technology to expand its list of potential targets. This has led to concerns about the potential for even more deaths and the implications for civilians in Gaza.

Meron Rapoport, an editor at Local Call and investigative journalist, Robert Geist Pinfold, a lecturer in Peace and Security at Durham University in the UK, and Jessica Dorsey, an assistant professor in International and European Law at Utrecht University, discuss the implications of Israel’s use of AI technology in the conflict and the potential impact on civilians in Gaza.

The use of AI technology by the Israeli army to select and expand potential targets in its conflict with Gaza has raised concerns about the impact on civilians. The war has caused widespread devastation in Gaza, and a temporary ceasefire with Hamas has been broken with Israel resuming air strikes and shelling.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stated goal of eliminating Hamas has driven Israel’s use of AI technology to expand its list of potential targets. This has led to concerns about the potential for even more deaths and the implications for civilians in Gaza.

Meron Rapoport, an editor at Local Call and investigative journalist, Robert Geist Pinfold, a lecturer in Peace and Security at Durham University in the UK, and Jessica Dorsey, an assistant professor in International and European Law at Utrecht University, discuss the implications of Israel’s use of AI technology in the conflict and the potential impact on civilians in Gaza.

World, Politics, Technology

Leave a Comment