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Artificial Intelligence in Counterterrorism Navigating the Intersection of Security Ethics

Artificial Intelligence in Counterterrorism Navigating the Intersection of Security, Ethics and Privacy

How can Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies be used effectively for counterterrorism efforts? How does the quality of data affect the effectiveness of AI in counterterrorism? What are the ethical and privacy considerations in using AI for counterterrorism?

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INTRODUCTION On 22 March 2024, a terrorist attack occurred in Moscow, the capital of the Russian Federation. According to Russian authorities, gunmen clad in camouflage opened fire at Crocus City Hall, resulting in more than 60 fatalities and 145 injuries. This tragic event reignited ongoing claims and suspicions surrounding such attacks, leaving a significant question lingering in the aftermath: Could it have been prevented? Domestic terrorist attacks have consistently posed a complex dilemma, juxtaposing the need for national security against the preservation of individual rights. States find themselves periodically facing a fundamental challenge that resonates globally; balancing the imperative to protect citizens from internal security threats while upholding the individual rights and freedoms that form the bedrock of democratic societies... Click here to view the study.