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Analysing with artificial intelligence

Taking into consideration both the limitations and the strengths of Artificial Intelligence, Lars Haugom, Cato Hemmingby, and Tore Pedersen (Oslo Nye Høyskole) discuss the role of AI technology in intelligence analysis and emphasize the human intelligence analyst’s continued important role in the analytic process. Analysing with artificial intelligence is one of the articles in the anthology Intelligence analysis in the digital age, edited by Stenslie, Haugom, and Vaage.

Publisert i Forskningspublikasjoner Mandag 4. oktober, 2021 - 14:55 | sist oppdatert Mandag 4. oktober, 2021 - 15:43

Forskere: Lars Haugom, Cato Hemmingby og Tore Pedersen.

New technologies are increasingly employed in a wide range of societal domains.The employment of Artificial Intelligence may entail both threats and opportunities. It may entail opportunities in terms of increased speed and thus reduced time to collect vast volumes of information. But it may also entail obstacles in terms of detecting potential threats in the ever increasing complexity of the vast volumes of information that is collected. In this context intelligence institutions and decision-makers may have the advantage of speed and volume, but they need also interpret and comprehend increasingly complex information derived from an equally complex environment. The access to timely, relevant, and reliable intelligence is thus imperative. Analysing with artificial intelligence discusses how artificial intelligence can be employed to complement the human analyst and thus provide support to the intelligence analysis process – provided that the human analyst, not AI, is in control and ensures oversight.

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Intelligence Analysis in the Digital Age