27 février 2023 | International, C4ISR

What will ChatGPT mean for the US defense industrial base?

ChatGPT is already creating benefits as well as risks for defense professionals.

https://www.c4isrnet.com/thought-leadership/2023/02/27/what-will-chatgpt-mean-for-the-us-defense-industrial-base/

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