Certain Connections between Cyber Operations, Artificial Intelligence and Operational Domains
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The relationship of operational domains with various systems based on artificial intelligence is becoming more profound and more diverse. The ability to influence decision-making mechanisms can pose serious risks that need to be identified and interpreted. Cyberspace is the carrier of artificial intelligence, but the latter as an operational domain has not yet been identified. The goal of this study is to examine certain relationships between cyberspace, artificial intelligence, and operational domains from a state-will enforcement perspective, using mostly qualitative tools, combined with quantitative elements. As a result, this paper finds the need to review defence doctrines from a cyber operational perspective and suggests addressing artificial intelligence in a much broader context, especially in the defence and military contexts.