AI and nuclear command, control and communications: P5 perspectives - Alice Saltini
9 November 2023
in nuclear decisions.105 Regardless of AI and automation 20 AI and nuclear command, control and communications: P5 perspectives advancements, the final decision should rest with the human operators, according the US perspective.106 Likewise, the UK and France stress the need for human intervention in their nuclear decision-making, striving for a balance between technological advancements and human. [...] Similar to France, the UK subscribes to the principle of maintaining the minimum credible nuclear deterrence, although in 2021 the country announced that, given the changing security environment, the cap on the nuclear stockpile will be raised.118 Given the UK’s nuclear posture, and similar to France, it is likely that AI can be utilised in decision support, enhance early-warning systems, and stre. [...] • Building on the common ground and reflected in a paragraph of the draft final document of the 2020 NPT Review Conference, the nuclear-weapons states should strengthen their commitment to foster dialogues amongst themselves and with non-nuclear states to delve into the impact of emerging technologies on the nuclear landscape. [...] Furthermore, integration risks evaluate the consequences of incorporating the model in a specific NC3 area and the extent of the automation required for the model to perform. [...] Considering the Building on the foundation of the SDG Summit, the Summit for significant risks posed Future aims to anchor its vision in the ideals of the United Nations Charter and the 2030 Agenda.