AI behind the assassination of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh

December 17, 2020
The first assassination by artificial intelligence in Iran was the victim of nuclear scientist Fakhrizadeh The first assassination by artificial intelligence in Iran was the victim of nuclear scientist Fakhrizadeh Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander said that the assassination of the nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was carried out remotely by artificial intelligence and a machine gun equipped with "an intelligent system that is controlled by satellite."

Iran had accused Israel of being involved in the assassination of Fakhri Zadeh, who was considered by Western intelligence services to be the mastermind of a secret Iranian program to develop nuclear armament capacity.

Israel did not confirm or deny responsibility for his killing, and one of its officials described Tasnim's report on the tactics used as a maneuver by Iran to save face.

But Israel has previously admitted to conducting covert operations against the nuclear program of its arch-foe Iran, to collect intelligence.

The semi-official Tasnim news agency quoted Ali Fadawi, deputy commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, as saying, "There were no terrorists on the ground ... The martyr Fakhri Zadeh was driving when a weapon targeted him using an advanced camera." "The machine gun was installed on a small truck and was controlled via a satellite," he added.

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