[NetEase intelligence April 25th] human spies will soon become relics of the past, and CIA knows this. Recently, the agencys deputy director of technology, DawnMeyerriecks, said at an intelligence conference in Florida that the CIA was adapting to a new environment: its main rivals were machines, not foreign agents. Meyerriecks told CNN after the conference that other countries have been relying on artificial intelligence to track enemy agents for many years. Then, she explained that, in the context of the current digital tracking and social media era, the CIA spies tried to live in a hypothetical identity, and the modern world became increasingly becoming an inhabited environment for human espionage. But the CIA will not give up. The oldest spy agency in the United States is experiencing a transition from an organization that has sent people all over the world to collect information to use computers to accomplish the same task more effectively. The CIA spent more than 30 years to prepare for this change. In 1984, the government document referred to the AI steering group (AISteeringGroup), which was set up the previous year. The organization is responsible for providing monthly reports on the research and development of artificial intelligence for the heads of the CIA. In a declassified document addressed to CIA director in 1984, the chairman of the AI steering group wrote: The research and development of artificial intelligence has begun. These areas include expert systems, Natural Language Processing, intelligent database interfaces, image understanding, signal interpretation, geographic and spatial data management, and intelligent workstation environments. Even if most people think that AI is pure science fiction, the CIA recognizes the future of artificial intelligence technology. (Figure): a declassified 1984 US Navy document for reporting to the AI steering group. The document calls for more training for agents, focusing on the support of artificial intelligence developers in academic and professional environments and the establishment of an open source artificial intelligence information collection for government agencies to share. Todays spies face the same problem as before: they need invisibility. The change is actually the opponent. Agents no longer need to deceive people with fake documents and lies, but to fool the computers that can pick a face in the crowd. According to Meyerriecks, at least 30 countries have the ability to use the existing CCTV camera system to do this. This means that anti espionage tools have gained the upper hand in the international hide and seek game, that is, the global intelligence community (globalintelligencecommunity). With the development of satellite tracking and Geospatial Intelligence, human espionage will not have the chance to fight against the next generation of AI. We always believe that spies like James Bond have the coolest equipment. Now human spies are replaced by AI. (selected from: thenextweb Author: TRISTANGREENE compilation: NetEase intelligence participation: nariiy) focusing on the NetEase intelligent public number (smartman163) for you to interpret the big events in the AI field, new ideas and new applications. Source: NetEase intelligent editor: Guo Yin Shuang _NBJS5731 With the development of satellite tracking and Geospatial Intelligence, human espionage will not have the chance to fight against the next generation of AI. We always believe that spies like James Bond have the coolest equipment. Now human spies are replaced by AI. (selected from: thenextweb Author: TRISTANGREENE compilation: NetEase intelligent participation: nariiy) Pay attention to NetEase intelligent public address (smartman163), to interpret the big events, new ideas and new applications of large companies in AI field.