The Israel Defence Force IDF spoke about the role of artificial intelligence in the “Guardians of the Wall” operation.
(Palestinian girl talking what she lived in the bombings)
“For the first time, artificial intelligence has become a key component and means of increasing strength in the fight against the enemy. This is the first campaign of its kind for the IDF, we have introduced new methods of work and used technological developments that have multiplied the strength of the entire Israel Defense Forces,” said a senior officer of the Intelligence Corps IDF.
“An advanced AI technology platform was created that centralized all data on terrorist groups” (note, Hamas and others are considered terrorist in Israel) on one platform.
For the first time, algorithms and code were developed that led to the creation of several new programs called “Alchemist”, “Gospel” and “Depth of Wisdom”, which were developed and used during criminal military operations, receiving data from electronic, optical and intelligence.
Having relied heavily on machine learning, the Israeli military is calling Operation Guardian of the Walls the first artificial-intelligence war to do a genocide.
In 11 days of fighting in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli military carried out intensive strikes against civilians infrastructures, the aftermath was At least 243 people, including more than 100 women and children, were killed in Gaza, according to its health ministry.
For that the Israel Defence Force used artificial intelligence
Soldiers in Unit 8200, an Intelligence Corps elite unit, pioneered algorithms and code that led to several new programs called “Alchemist,” “Gospel” and “Depth of Wisdom,” which were developed and used during the genocide.
Collecting data using signal intelligence (SIGINT), visual intelligence (VISINT), human intelligence (HUMINT), geographical intelligence (GEOINT) and more, the IDF has mountains of raw data that must be combed through to find the key pieces necessary to carry out a strike.
“Gospel” used AI to generate recommendations for troops in the research division of Military Intelligence, which used them to produce targets and then passed them on to the IAF to strike.