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Chief of Army Staff Gen MM Naravane attended a national seminar organised to commemorate the 50 years of 1971 India-Pakistan war at Punjabi University.
He discussed the changes in the Army and the use of new technology to battle external and internal threats.
Warfare in future would completely change with the involvement of artificial intelligence (AI) and exhorted the students and teachers to invest in technology and research as “conventional methods of war would not become insufficient”.
Citing the technological advancements in other fields, he said changing with the needs of the time was very important.
Smartphones and watches are making our lives easier. Those who evolve are still around, but in different avatars. Those who refuse to see this change, or are too slow to adapt, disappear.
Big companies including Apple, Google and others had kept pace with technology, adapted to change and reinvented business models. Similar is the case with warfare. The advent of rapidly evolving dual-use technologies presents new opportunities and is changing the character of warfare like never before.
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