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Lethal autonomous weapons : re-examining the law and ethics of robotic warfare / Jai Galliott, Jens Ohlin, and Duncan MacIntosh.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher: New York, New York : Oxford University Press, 2021Copyright date: ©2020Description: 1 online resource (321 pages) : illustrationsContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780197546062
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • KZ5624 .G355 2021
Contents:
Introduction: An Effort to Balance the Lopsided Autonomous Weapons Debate.
PART I: The Case for Lethal Autonomous Weapons-- 1. Fire and Forget: A Moral Defense of the Use of Autonomous Weapons Systems in War and Peace / Ducan MacIntosh-- 2. The Robert Dogs of War / Deane-Peter Baker-- 3.Understanding AI and Autonomy: Problematizing the Meaningful Human Control Argument against Killer Robots / Tim McFarland and Jai Galliott-- 4. The Humanitarian Imperative for Minimally-Just AI in Weapons / Jason Scholz and Jai Galliott-- 5. Programming Precision? Requiring Robust Transparency for AWS / Steven J. Barela and Avery Plaw-- 6. May Machines Take Lives to Save Lives? Human Perceptions of Autonomous Robots (with the Capacity to Kill) / Matthias Scheutz and Bertram F. Malle-- 7. The Better Instincts of Humanity: Humanitarian Arguments in Defense of International Arms Control / Natalia Jevglevskaja and Rain Liivoja -- 8. Toward a Positive Statement of Ethical Principles for Military AI / Jai Galliott-- 9. Empirical Data on Attitudes Toward Autonomous Systems / Jai Galliott, Bianca Baggiarini, and Sean Rupka-- 10. The Automation of Authority: Discrepancies with Jus Ad Bellum Principles / Donovan Phillips.
PART II: The Rationality of Automatically-- 11. Autonomous Weapons and the Future of Armed Conflict / Alex Leveringhaus-- 12. Autonomous Weapons and Reactive Attitudes / Jens David Ohlin-- 13. Blind Brains and Moral Machines: Neuroscience and Autonomous Weapon Systems / Nicholas G. Evans.
PART III. Developing Meaningful Human Control-- 14. Enforced Transparency: A Solution to Autonomous Weapons as Potentially Uncontrollable Weapons Similar to Bioweapons / Armin Krishnan-- 15. Normative Epistemology for Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems / S. Kate Devitt-- 16. Proposing a Regional Normative Framework for Limiting the Potential for Unintentional or Escalatory Engagements with Increasingly Autonomous Weapons Systems / Austin Wyatt and Jai Galliott-- 17. The Human Role in Autonomous Weapons Design and Deployment / M.L. Cummings.
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Introduction: An Effort to Balance the Lopsided Autonomous Weapons Debate.

PART I: The Case for Lethal Autonomous Weapons-- 1. Fire and Forget: A Moral Defense of the Use of Autonomous Weapons Systems in War and Peace / Ducan MacIntosh-- 2. The Robert Dogs of War / Deane-Peter Baker-- 3.Understanding AI and Autonomy: Problematizing the Meaningful Human Control Argument against Killer Robots / Tim McFarland and Jai Galliott-- 4. The Humanitarian Imperative for Minimally-Just AI in Weapons / Jason Scholz and Jai Galliott-- 5. Programming Precision? Requiring Robust Transparency for AWS / Steven J. Barela and Avery Plaw-- 6. May Machines Take Lives to Save Lives? Human Perceptions of Autonomous Robots (with the Capacity to Kill) / Matthias Scheutz and Bertram F. Malle-- 7. The Better Instincts of Humanity: Humanitarian Arguments in Defense of International Arms Control / Natalia Jevglevskaja and Rain Liivoja -- 8. Toward a Positive Statement of Ethical Principles for Military AI / Jai Galliott-- 9. Empirical Data on Attitudes Toward Autonomous Systems / Jai Galliott, Bianca Baggiarini, and Sean Rupka-- 10. The Automation of Authority: Discrepancies with Jus Ad Bellum Principles / Donovan Phillips.

PART II: The Rationality of Automatically-- 11. Autonomous Weapons and the Future of Armed Conflict / Alex Leveringhaus-- 12. Autonomous Weapons and Reactive Attitudes / Jens David Ohlin-- 13. Blind Brains and Moral Machines: Neuroscience and Autonomous Weapon Systems / Nicholas G. Evans.

PART III. Developing Meaningful Human Control-- 14. Enforced Transparency: A Solution to Autonomous Weapons as Potentially Uncontrollable Weapons Similar to Bioweapons / Armin Krishnan-- 15. Normative Epistemology for Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems / S. Kate Devitt-- 16. Proposing a Regional Normative Framework for Limiting the Potential for Unintentional or Escalatory Engagements with Increasingly Autonomous Weapons Systems / Austin Wyatt and Jai Galliott-- 17. The Human Role in Autonomous Weapons Design and Deployment / M.L. Cummings.

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