Presentations

2021

  • Berenice Boutin, ‘The International Legal Framework of MHC at the Organisational Level’, Workshop on Meaningful Human Control of AI-based Systems: Key Characteristics, Influencing Factors, and Design Considerations, NATO Science and Technology Organization, HFM-322 (25 October 2021) 

  • Magdalena Pacholska, ‘Military AI and the Principle of Distinction: A Perspective on State Responsibility’, 4th Young Researchers Workshop on Terrorism and Belligerency, University of Haifa, Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions (13 October 2021)

  • Klaudia Klonowska, ‘Intra-actions of Human Judgment and AI Decision-Support Technologies in Military-Decision Making’, Asser Institute Research Lab (13 October 2021)

  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Autonomous Systems and the Human Factor’, Symposium Celebrating Fifty Years of the Chair of Military Law, University of Amsterdam (8 October 2021)

  • Tomasz Zurek, ‘Formal model of moral decision making mechanism’, Meeting of the Complex Cyber Infrastructure (CCI) group, Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam (5 October 2021)

  • Sadjad Soltanzadeh, ‘Ethics of AI’, Guest Lecture at Narrabundah College (23 July 2021)

  • Sadjad Soltanzadeh, ‘Limitations of System Autonomy and Design of Autonomous Systems’, CEPE/IACAP Conference, University of Hamburg (7 July 2021)

  • Sadjad Soltanzadeh, ‘Technology and World Pictures’, SPT 2021 Conference, Lille Catholic University (30 June 2021)

  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Intelligent and Autonomous Technologies in Combat Decision-Making’, Conference on Honest Errors? Combat Decision Autonomy 75 Years After the Hostage Case (4 June 2021)

  • Klaudia Klonowska, ‘Interplay of Human Judgement and AI Technologies in Military Decision Making. An Empirical-Legal Study’, IHCL Platform PhD Day (26 May 2021)

  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Public International Law Implications of States using Artificial Intelligence’, Seminar on International Law and Technology, International Law Association (Singapore Branch) & National University of Singapore Centre for International Law (20 May 2021)

  • Taylor Woodcock, ‘Enabling the Fulfilment of International Law Obligations in Military AI by Design’, Asser Institute Research Lab (24 March 2021)

  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Mapping Responsibilities in Relation to Military Applications of AI’, AIV/CAVV Expert Meeting on (Lethal) Autonomous Weapon Systems, New Technologies and the Legal and Ethical Challenges (17 March 2021)

  • Taylor Woodcock, ‘PhD Research Outline Presentation’, DTDM Research Initiative Lunchtime Talk (12 March 2021)
  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Addressing Gaps in the International Regulation of Warfare and Dual-Use Technologies, Report Presentation’, Informal Meeting of the Strategic EU Process on Responsible Military Use of New Technologies, European Union External Action Service (25 February 2021)
  • Sadjad Soltanzadeh, ‘Strictly Human: Limitations of System Autonomy and the Design of Autonomous Systems’, Asser Institute Research Lab (27 January 2021)
  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Military AI, International Law, and Human Agency’, Meeting of the SNE lab, Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam (21 January 2021)

2020

  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Scope and Goals of the DILEMA Project’, Asser Institute Research Lab (16 September 2020)
  • Berenice Boutin, ‘Military AI, International Law, and the DILEMA Project’, NATO Workshop on Emerging and Disruptive Technologies: AI & Data (8 April 2020)