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"Rapid developments in cyber (technology) might lead to intelligent cyber weapons that are hard to control and it's practically impossible to use formal methods of verifying the safety of intelligent cyber weapons by their users," Enn Tyugu, IT expert at Tallinn's NATO Cyber Defense Center said at its fourth annual conference on Thursday. . . .
"The number of cyber conflicts keeps rising and it is important to understand who the actors in these events are, how to classify these events and participants, and how to interpret all that," Tamm said, noting Western leaders have been slow to become aware of even existing cyber threats.
As rtyfx stated above there is already the concern in AI. If the two should ever meet there may be issues beyond our(human) control. I am glad they are starting to think about this issue early, but then again, we may not know if the tech is already in the works or even being tested(area 51 hint hint)
might lead to intelligent cyber weapons that are hard to control