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Shifting Balance of Power

Shifting Balance of Power

Artificial Intelligence ,Artificial Intelligence and Geopolitics
Shifting Balance of Power

Artificial Intelligence is shifting the balance of power, and the new emerging reality of every nation for itself seems to be a highly destabilizing event for global peace and security and the future of humanity.
While technologies like Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and more continue to speed up the pace of the technological revolution and are on their way to fundamentally transforming not only life on earth for humans in geospace -- but also in cyberspace, space and the spaces that don’t exist in the human ecosystem yet, the shifting balance of political power is a cause of great concern.


Artificial Intelligence is shifting the balance of power, and the new emerging reality of every nation for itself seems to be a highly destabilizing event for global peace and security and the future of humanity. While technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and more continue to speed up the pace of the technological revolution and are on their way to fundamentally transforming not only life on earth for humans in geospace -- but also in cyberspace, space and the spaces that don’t exist in the human ecosystem yet, the shifting balance of political power is a cause of great concern.

-What conventional assumptions about the future of politics, within and across national boundaries, are being challenged by AI?

-How will AI reshuffle political relations and will it lead to the diffusion of political power or total state control?

That brings us to an important question: as Artificial Intelligence fundamentally disrupts the human ecosystem across CGS, will the idea of national alliances or even sovereignty survive?

The Relationship between Artificial Intelligence and Geopolitics

Artificial Intelligence ,Artificial Intelligence and Geopolitics
Shifting Balance of Power
It has been said that a nation’s technological trajectory over the years has been determined by its geography and existing infrastructure in geospace. This is changing rapidly and being replaced by digital infrastructure, digital data and the rapidly evolving Artificial Intelligence infrastructure, forcing us to re-evaluate whether geography still plays any relevant role in a nation’s trajectory.

As we see across nations, hardly a few dozen countries have some sort of AI strategy (Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, EU Commission, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nordic-Baltic Region, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Tunisia, UAE, United Kingdom and the United States). What about the remaining nations? What are the determining factors of when and whether a nation will adopt Artificial Intelligence and how it will change their strategic course? For the remaining nations, do they lack digital infrastructure, thought leadership, human resources, capital availability, education systems, social acceptance and a vision for the progress and development of AI for their respective nations?

This is important to evaluate because understanding the relationship between Artificial Intelligence trends, nation preparedness and geopolitics is fundamental to understand the future of humanity. It will be interesting to see how nations will face the unequal progression of AI technology across the CGS—and whether the emerging decentralization of AI resources, and the choices of decision makers will intersect to create different paths to a nation’s future—and the future of humanity.


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