The debate about the way the international community should deal with autonomous weapon systems has been ongoing for some five years now. During this time, the focus has been on
International Law Studies have published three papers, authored by PREMT members, that are based on presentations given at the Future Wars and Public Conscience symposium held in Melbourne in May
Associate Professor Chris Jenks discusses machine autonomy, pending and possible applications, and their corresponding legal implication, at SMU Digital Transformation & AI Summit 2018.
For several years, civil society groups have been calling for a ban on what they call “killer robots”. Scores of technologists have lent their voice to the cause. Some two
Some 100 people, including Tesla’s Elon Musk and the late Stephen Hawking, have recently reinforced the call for a ban on “killer robots”, known as lethal autonomous weapons. Public pressure