Cyberwar will (not) take place

Artificial intelligence has had military applications since the time of Alan Turing, one of its fathers. Today, it is decisive in cybersecurity, and is also increasingly orienting geopolitics. We discuss the issue with Sky TG24 journalist Mariangela Pira and professor Stefano Zanero (Politecnico di Milano). Between technological sovereignty and new world balances, will the wars of the future be cyber?

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