North Korean AI tech is improving and the potential for weapons is ‘monstrous’
Artificial intelligence has the potential to augment North Korea’s cyber and even nuclear weapons capabilities
North Korea’s slow and steady entry into artificial intelligence (AI) development often gets overlooked — but that really shouldn’t be the case. This technology has the potential to augment North Korea’s cyber and even nuclear weapons capabilities.
While the DPRK doesn’t look set to make any huge breakthroughs in the near future, the North Korean leadership has invested a lot to make sure their country is going to be the next AI powerhouse.
North Korea already seems to have a solid grasp on the fundamentals of machine learning: According to the South
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