Sputnik Sergey Mamontov
Mikhail Khodaryonuk wrote in “Gazeta Roe” about the paradigm shift in the use of robotics, information technology and remote control in future wars.
The article reads: The United States conducted test exercises last September to simulate future battles. The US military envisions twenty-first-century conflicts as network wars fought on the ground and in the air, as well as in space and cyberspace.
In this regard, Yevgeny Kuznetsov, a member of the Foreign Defense Policy Board, head of the Singularity University office in Moscow, said in an interview with RIA Novosti: “After the drones will come land and sea robots. War turns into a competition between economies: Whoever brings together more and better robots is more. Success in solving problems on the battlefield. “
The main thing in combating combat robots is an organized and integrated approach. If a single link is lost, effectively defeating the robots becomes impossible.
In Beijing, they view the wars of the twenty-first century as a competition between many opposing operational systems (and they are by no means limited to robots).
This conclusion was reached in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, by observing American operations after the Cold War and the increasing role of information systems in them. This had a huge impact on how the Chinese People’s Liberation Army was organized, equipped, and prepared for future battles.
The current victory theory of the People’s Liberation Army is based on waging a successful war to destroy enemy systems. The People’s Liberation Army sees systemic confrontation as the main method of warfare in the twenty-first century. The war to destroy the system, not the war to annihilate, is the current theory of the Chinese army’s victory.
In this context, war depends on developing a system or systems that are superior to enemy systems and are able to take full advantage of the information revolution.
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