Artificial intelligence and its contexts : security, business and governance / edited by Anna Visvizi and Marek Bodziany.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2022]
  • ©2022
Description
1 online resource (234 pages)

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Editor
Series
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications Ser. [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Description based on print version record.
Contents
  • Intro
  • Preface
  • Contents
  • Artificial Intelligence and Its Context: An Introduction
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Key Themes and the Structure of the Volume
  • 3 Chapter Summary
  • 4 Who Should Read This Book and Why?
  • References
  • AI for Good or for What? Contentious Issues In and About AI
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): Explaining, Querying, Demystifying
  • 2 AI and Its Ecosystem
  • 3 AI and the Neural Networks: From Supervised to Unsupervised Learning
  • 4 Limitations, Possibilities and Risks Inherent in Neural Networks
  • 5 AI and the Society: Focus on the (Global) Economy and Selected Policies
  • 6 By Means of Conclusion
  • A Typology of AI Applications in Politics
  • 2 AI and Politics
  • 2.1 AI Impact on Democracy
  • 3 Typology of AI Applications
  • 3.1 Support Democratic Decision-Making
  • 3.2 Assisting Humans
  • 3.3 Alleviating Humans
  • 3.4 Augmenting Human Decision Maskers
  • 3.5 Supplant Democratic Decision-Making
  • 4 AI in Politics: Contingencies and Caveats
  • 5 Conclusions
  • Ethical Conditions of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Modern Battlefield-Towards the "Modern Culture of Killing"
  • 2 Ethics of "War" Artificial Intelligence-Theoretical Implications and Source Overview
  • 3 Directions of "Robolution"
  • 4 Ethics and "Anti-ethics" of Cyberwar
  • Security Dimensions of AI Application
  • Stratcom &amp
  • Communication Coherence in the Polish Armed Forces
  • 2 Literature Review
  • 2.1 Documents Related to the StratCom in the Polish Armed Forces
  • 3 Examination of the Problem
  • 4 Findings
  • 4.1 Training for StratCom and Info Ops
  • 4.2 Military Equipment
  • 4.3 Leadership
  • 6 Summary
  • AI and Military Operations' Planning
  • 1 Introduction.
  • 2 NATO's Operations Planning Process: An Overview
  • 3 New Challenges in the Military Planning
  • 4 Application of AI in Planning
  • 5 The Future of AI in Planning
  • 6 Conclusions
  • AI-Supported Decision-Making Process in Multidomain Military Operations
  • 2 The Decision-Making Process
  • 3 SWORD (Masa Group) Analytical Tool Case Study
  • 4 Discussion
  • 5 Conclusion
  • AI, Decision Making, and the Public Sector
  • Artificial Intelligence Systems in the Decision-Making Process
  • 2 Decision-Making
  • 3 Representation and Processing of Imprecise Knowledge by Fuzzy Systems
  • 4 Fuzzy Decision Support Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Public Sector: The Case of Accounting
  • 2 Artificial Intelligence for Business Accounting
  • 2.1 Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector
  • 3 Research Design
  • 3.1 Approach
  • 3.2 Interview Construction
  • 4 Analysis and Findings
  • 5 Discussion
  • Artificial Intelligence and Local Governments: The Case of Strategic Performance Management Systems and Accountability
  • 2 Strategic Performance Management Systems and Accountability
  • 3 Strategic Performance Management Systems and Accountability in LGs
  • 4 Artificial Intelligence as a Tool to Support Strategic Performance Management Systems and Accountability in LGs
  • 5 By Means of Conclusion
  • Case Studies
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ICT-Enhanced Solutions in the Activities of Police Formations in Poland
  • 2 Restrictions on the Implementation of Modern Technologies in the Police
  • 2.1 Modern Technologies Versus Clauses Restricting Civil Rights and Freedoms
  • 2.2 Regulatory Frameworks and Technical Innovation in the Police: Issues and Challenges.
  • 3 ICT-Enhanced Tools and Systems in the Polish Police
  • 3.1 The National Police Information System
  • 3.2 ICT-Enhanced Command Support System in the Police
  • 3.3 Operational Information System in the Police
  • 3.4 Emergency Vehicle Driving Simulator in the Process of Training Polish Police Officers
  • 3.5 Use of Wearable Cameras by Polish Police Officers
  • 3.6 Directions for the Modernization of ICT Equipment in the Polish Police in 2021
  • 4 ICT Systems Used by Polish Secret Services
  • 4.1 Pegasus Platform in the Activities of the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau
  • 4.2 ICT- and AI-Enhanced Tools and Solutions Used by the Internal Security Agency
  • 6 Conclusion
  • The United States of America's Embrace of Artificial Intelligence for Defense Purposes
  • 2 AI and National Security
  • 3 China and Russia: Strategic Competition for the US
  • 4 US Policy Approaches to AI
  • 5 Adoption of AI at DoD's Level
  • A Roadmap to AI: An Insight from the Saudi Vision 2030
  • 2 The Generic Framework
  • 2.1 AI Strategic Issues
  • 2.2 AI Technology Issues
  • 2.3 Organization Issues
  • 2.4 People Issues
  • 2.5 Environment Issues
  • 3 KSA Vision 2030
  • 3.1 A Vibrant Society
  • 3.2 A Thriving Economy
  • 3.3 An Ambitious Nation
  • 4 AI Initiative Based on KSA Vision 2030
  • 4.1 KSA AI Strategic Directions
  • 4.2 KSA AI Technology Issues
  • 4.3 KSA AI Organization Issues
  • 4.4 KSA AI People Issues
  • 4.5 KSA AI Environment Issues
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and International Trade
  • 2 Digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence
  • 3 Institutional Solutions Enhancing Trade in the Era of Digitalisation
  • 4 Specific Conditions and Features Characterising the Crisis Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 5 Conclusions.
  • References.
ISBN
3-030-88972-6
OCLC
1287134256
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