(Re)searching for Peace: First Anniversary of “Arms of Control and Emerging Technologies” at the IFSHRead more
The world is in a state of upheaval. States are arming themselves. Newer and even more powerful weapons are being developed, and some are already being put to use. From the termination of the INF…
IFSH researchers visualize the Open Skies TreatyDr. Alexander Graef Dr. Moritz KüttRead more
The Open Skies Treaty is in danger. Signed in March 1992, it has been in force since January 2002 and permits 34 states in Europe and North America, including Germany, to conduct unarmed observation…
Science & World Affairs: Current Key Topics
New IFSH Research Report
Artificial intelligence is based on software technologies such as data and algorithms and is considered a key technology in many countries. It is associated with numerous promises, not only in economic terms, but also for use in the military sector. These are often visions and concrete applications are sometimes far from being ready for the market. But software technologies such as artificial intelligence are playing an increasingly important role both at the planning level and in the procurement of modern weapon systems.