KAZI ABUL MONSUR##
One of the greatest inventions of the 20th century is Artificial Intelligence (AI). The use of AI in modern healthcare and mass industrial production (AI) is already buzzing around the world. However, although this new concept technology has ample scope for human welfare, in reality, superpower countries want to use this (AI) technology in highly lethal weapons systems to attack each other. In particular, countries such as China, Turkey, France, Russia and the United States are currently researching defense systems to create autonomous killer robotic defense systems using artificial intelligence that can work automatically.
In this case, countries are adding artificial intelligence (AI)-rich sensors to their own high-tech submarines, warships, warplanes, missiles and combat drone technology. And the main task of defense systems or autonomous killer drones rich in artificial intelligence (AI) is to enter the enemy’s borders or conduct missions by deciding on their own without the control of the command center at the necessary moment. Such a lethal high-tech defense system may emerge as a terrible curse for the human race in the near future. Countries such as superpower America, Russia and China are secretly doing extensive research on whether this technology can be applied in the use and management of intercontinental ballistic missiles or nuclear weapons. According to some sources, some sensitive defense systems rich in (AI) technology have been used experimentally in the Ukraine war in the current year 2023.
At present, technologists researching artificial intelligence (AI) technology consider the new generation of artificial intelligence (AI) technology-rich autonomous killer drones or robots to be a 20th century high-tech terrifying weapons or defense system as an ominous message for the human race. In recent years, the United Nations has repeatedly proposed to stop, control and limit the use of AI-rich defense systems or autonomous killer drones, but due to the reluctance and extreme opposition of countries like America, China, India and Russia, it is not possible to implement it. Rather, countries want to ensure the maximum use of this technology secretly to strengthen their military and defense systems.
When it comes to artificial intelligence autonomous killer robots, we usually think of large humanoid robots. But in reality, autonomous killer robots can be anything from very small to very large. Which can be applied to drones, robots, submarines, warplanes, missiles. Moreover, news spread three years ago that Russia is secretly trying to create highly advanced bionic soldiers by genetically modifying the human body. However, it has not been possible to confirm whether they are successful in this task. However, no information about this has been published in the media by Russia.
It is revealed that the United Nations identified the civil war in Libya as the first successful use of artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled autonomous weapons or killer robots or drones on the battlefield around 2021. According to information provided by the United Nations, in March 2021, Turkey successfully attacked several military installations and bases in Libya with its high-tech small-sized ‘Kargu’ suicidal autonomous drones. Although this attack did not cause much damage, it was actually the first successful and practical application of an autonomous weapon or killer robot (drones) on the battlefield.
Moreover, currently Russia, the United States, Israel, China, Iran and Turkey have brought their own technology of autonomous killer drones or suicidal drones into service and their technical capabilities are being tested in the Ukraine war. One such kamikaze suicidal drone is the US-made Switchblade-600 Man Portable Drone. Which is now being used by the Ukrainian military against Russia. Meanwhile, against Western weapons, Russia is also bringing suicidal combat drones from Iran and developing and using its own (AI) technology high-tech defense systems. Which may appear as a threat to the existence of the human race in the near future.##