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Artificial Intelligence and National Security ; : 47-67, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-20244862


In the modern age, the context of health, energy, environment, climate crisis, and global Covid-19 pandemic, managing Big Data demands via Sustainable Development Goals and disease mitigation supported by Artificial Intelligence, present significant challenges for a given territory or national boundaries' policies, legal systems, energy infrastructure, societal cohesion, internal and external national security. We look at policy, technical, and legal applications alongside ramifications of relevant policies and practices to highlight key challenges from a global and societal context. This review contributes to developing further awareness of the complexity and demands on policy and technology. In the long term due to these significant changes, inferences of multifaceted policy and data acquisition could present additional compounding challenges regarding civil liberties, data privacy law, and equitable health outcomes, whilst implementing continually evolving policies, practices, and techniques that can weaken infrastructure and present cyber-attack vulnerabilities. As a consequence of local, regional, and international paradigm shifts, Blockchain and Smart Contracts are suggested as part of a solution in providing data protection, transparency, and validity with transactional data to enable further trust between private and public sectors during times of crisis and technological transition processes. © The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2022.