Texas A&M University expands its aerospace engineering capacity to support U.S. military goals.
Global tech firms have yet to adopt policies to ensure their applications are not used for lethal autonomous weapons.
Reducing human oversight of weapons systems offers attractive advantages to world military powers, but it also raises unsettling moral, ethical, and legal concerns.
The U.S. and other world power militaries are committed to seeking a competitive advantage in artificial intelligence.
Pentagon Seeks ‘Ethical Principles’ for AI Use
Russia Blocks Move on Killer Robots Ban
Tackling the arms control implications of emerging technologies is becoming a matter of ever-increasing urgency as the pace of their development accelerates and their potential applications to warfare multiply.
Paul Scharre’s book is essential reading for anyone seeking to grasp the monumental changes occurring in the realm of military technology.
These systems are critical to defend our security. At the same time, these conduits for communication are vulnerable to state and nonstate actors.
Two recent UN resolutions created a new group of governmental experts to follow up on an earlier study that reached consensus conclusions on some of the most contentious issues of state behavior in cyberspace.