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Artificial Intelligence and Legal Policy Framework in the Western Countries

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is growing progressively thanks to the evolution of technology. In the military sector, AI has potential applications in every task in which human cognition is needed. As the European Parliament states, “it should only be used as a last resort and be deemed lawful only if subject to human control”. From a legal perspective, the following step is the regulation of a legal framework for AI based on standardisation, governance arrangements, and legislation. However, regulation must be made carefully, as time and calibration are the main factors for a successful change when proceeding with regulations.

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Drones and Sensors: A New Emerging Market

According to recent forecasts, the market for military drones and sensors will grow rapidly and dynamically in the coming years. This will have a significant influence on the drone industry as well as on sensors and payloads production, including a variety of components like electro-optical and infrared detectors (EO/IR), which make up for a significant share of the sector’s growth. Furthermore, experts estimate that the total global spending on military UAV systems will reach about $98 billion in the next decade.

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Read more about the article External Operations and Civil-Military Relations: Questioning Representation in the Case of Barkhane
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External Operations and Civil-Military Relations: Questioning Representation in the Case of Barkhane

Recent French Armed Forces losses in the Sahel have given rise to a debate regarding France’s posture in the Sahel. France launched the “Operation Serval” in January 2013 to support the Malian government in the face of insurgencies and Tuareg separatism in the North. The so-called “Operation Barkhane” followed in August 2014, targeting jihadists in the entire Sahel region, including Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Tchad (“G5 Sahel”).

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