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Russia’s AI setbacks will likely heighten its cyber aggression

14
Apr
2022
Russia’s AI setbacks will likely heighten its cyber aggression

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With the weight of Western sanctions crippling parts of the Russian economy, the consensus seems to be that Moscow’s ambitions of being a major player in the development of machine learning, robotics, natural language processing and other artificial intelligence (AI) tools are functionally dead. The consequences of the war waged against Ukraine on Russia’s wealth, workforce and access to sophisticated imported products such as microprocessors used to operate everything from mobile devices to automobiles are immense.

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