Israel’s military has been using artificial intelligence (AI) for target selection in Gaza, claiming it helps identify enemy combatants and equipment while reducing civilian casualties. Critics, however, argue that the system is unproven and may justify civilian casualties. The use of AI in warfare is seen as the beginning of a new era, as it allows for faster decision-making and target identification, although there are concerns about accuracy and potential biases in target selection. The AI system, known as “the Gospel,” is one of several used by Israeli intelligence and aggregates various data sources to generate targeting recommendations. Israel has increasingly relied on AI in its military operations, especially during recent conflicts in Gaza.