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.
Global tech firms have yet to adopt policies to ensure their applications are not used for lethal autonomous weapons.
Advocates for the peaceful uses of space decry India’s successful test to destroy an orbiting satellite.
Pentagon asks for big increase to develop orbiting missile defenses.
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.