Middle East

Iran assassination: AI and facial recognition used to kill Iran’s top nuclear scientist

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the head of Iranian military’s nuclear programme, was shot 13 times driving on a highway to the east of the country’s capital, Tehran, on November 27. The weapon was being “controlled online” and “zoomed in” on Fakhrizadeh “using artificial intelligence”, according to Mehr news agency, which quotes Commodore Ali Fadavi, deputy commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

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