Deniz polisinden Adalar çevresinde 'deniz taksi' denetimi

According to intelligence sources involved in the war, the Israeli military's bombing campaign in Gaza utilized a previously undisclosed artificial intelligence database that at one stage identified 37,000 potential targets based on their apparent links to Hamas.

Citing the use of an AI system called Lavender, intelligence sources claim that Israeli military officials authorized the killing of a large number of Palestinian civilians, especially in the first weeks and months of the conflict.

Israel's use of powerful AI systems in its war against Hamas has entered uncharted territory for advanced warfare, raising a series of legal and ethical questions and transforming the relationship between military personnel and machines.

"This is unprecedented in my memory," said an intelligence officer who used Lavender, adding that they trusted a "statistical mechanism" more than a grieving soldier. "Everyone there, including me, lost people on October 7. The machine did it in cold blood. That made it easier," he said.

America News Agency


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