Palkovics: NATO to speed up AI introduction
“The main question is how AI solutions for civilian life could be used in the defence and military industry, and how NATO as an alliance, rather than member states separately, reacts to AI developments,” Palkovics said.
The forum is about NATO’s staying competitive against other military powers, Palkovics said. He noted that 15 out of the 20 best universities of the world are in NATO countries, while a large part of the innovative start-ups are also in those countries. “There is no reason to think that NATO should not be competitive in that area,” he said.