Advances in artificial intelligence (AI), deep-learning, and robotics will have a profound impact on military strategies. The effects of these capabilities will be felt across the spectrum of military requirements - from intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance to offense/defense balances and even on to nuclear weapons systems themselves.
Over the course of this week, the Bulletin, in partnership with the Stanley Foundation, is publishing top experts on how to manage the explosion of military AI research and development around the world.
Here’s what you need to know:
The promise and peril of military applications of artificial intelligence
Michael C Horowitz; @mchorowitz
Published Monday, April 23
Fear of false negatives: AI and China’s nuclear posture
Published Tuesday, April 24
Defending against "The Entertainment"
Manifestos and open letters: Back to the future?
Kerstin Vignard; @KVignard
Publishes Thursday, April 26th
Why the world needs to regulate autonomous weapons, and soon
Peter Asaro; @PeterAsaro
Publishes Friday, April 27th
Read the entire collection on the “Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence"
This project is part of a collaboration between the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and the Stanley Foundation.