What AI Can Tell Us About Putin’s Next Steps in Ukraine
Be prepared for attacks on Kharkiv and Gazprom’s fighters joining the war.
Artificial intelligence has been an extraordinarily useful tool in anticipating Russian aggression against Ukraine and making sense of the tumult facing the country, with all of the war’s implications for the global order. As we described in Foreign Policy, AI-based models provided a particularly chilling and clear prediction that Russia would invade at a time when the likelihood of war was still being contentiously debated in Washington and other Western capitals.
Stanley McChrystal is a retired four-star U.S. Army general and an advisor to Rhombus Power. He led Joint Special Operations Command from 2003 to 2008 and U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan from 2009 to 2010. He is the author of My Share of the Task and a co-author of Team of Teams, Leaders, and Risk: A User’s Guide. Twitter: @StanMcChrystal
Anshu Roy is the founder and CEO of Rhombus Power.
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