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Operational AI implications of the NATO strategy for EU countries


by MAJOR (GS) Andreas C. Winter, German Army, 76pages.

Multinational operations under the direction of both the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU) have become the norm rather than the exception. In the light of an emerging partnership between both organizations, the paper analyzes the NATO Strategic Concept 201 0 and assesses its consequ ence s for the operational level of war and effective operational art in multinational operations.

In the light of changed fiscal realities in Europe, the paper identifies a widening strategic military capability gap between the United States and European countries and an increasing divergence between mul ti national ambitions and the reality of national military capability planning. The most significant outcomes for effective operational art · in multinational operations are the fo llowing.

First, the operational level of war needs to integrate civilian planning incampaign design, which requires an adaptation of NATO 's command structure and NATO 's
operational level doctrine with the aim to bridge to and take advantage of EU civilian competencies in this field. Second, the study argues for an adaptation of existing NATO standardization agreement provisions for efficient operational logistics in multinational operations and enhanced tactical military training among European countries.

This wi ll require, third, a high effort in armament cooperation to make military equipment more interoperable. In this field, the European Defense Agency has great potential to become key actor .

Full contents of the NATO strategic concept 2010 for the EU


The East and West have differing views on the morality of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics technology. Eastern culture sees artificial intelligence as an economic saviour capable of improving their society. In contrast, Western culture regards artificial intelligence with paranoia, anxiety, and scepticism.

As Eastern nations begin to use artificial intelligence to develop and field Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems (LAWS), they will leave the West at an insurmountable military disadvantage. Western nations' insistence on keeping humans in control of warfare and their self-imposed moral ban on Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems leave their armies vulnerable to sustaining mass casualties in future wars. The United States must start developing Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems to maintain its military superiority.

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The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.



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