53%
Yes
47%
No
53%
Yes
47%
No

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 @9P9GHJ9 from Arizona answered…2 days2D

Yes, but there are far too many variables to say that this would not have adverse effects within the next century.

 @9P52WM8  from Florida answered…5 days5D

Yes, but only in areas like modelling and computing that could be improved with AI. Critical missions and important decisions should still be carried out by humans.

 @8XLR4JX  from North Carolina answered…6 days6D

Experimentation with AI in controlled environments is fine, but it shouldn’t be applied until more regulation is put in place to ensure ethical usage and accountability for collateral damage

 @9NHRXVX from Texas answered…2wks2W

Not until there's a clear understanding of AI capability, followed by strict laws and regulations on it.

 @9N589VHanswered…3wks3W

Yes, if humans are making final decisions for strategic decision-making. AI is likely already used in some capacity.

 @9MM5PH4 from New Jersey answered…4wks4W

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