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The U.S. Defense Secretary made clear the Pentagon will pursue military artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies as a top priority.
The Trump administration’s nuclear plans raise troubling questions about the role of machines in deciding humanity’s fate in a future nuclear showdown.
Adopting modern encryption technology for commanding nuclear weapons could yield arms control benefits as well.
BWC States Discuss New Technologies
Panel produces recommendations on “ethical principles” for use of artificial intelligence by the U.S. military.
Following initial denials, Indian utility reports incident of unknown origin.
Decision on Autonomous Weapons Talks Eludes CCW
Rapidly advancing cybertechnology threatens to undermine traditional thinking on when the use of nuclear weapons may be provoked.
Texas A&M University expands its aerospace engineering capacity to support U.S. military goals.