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[ASIL 2021] Roundtable on international law’s role in the governance of AI

entitled: ‘ Reconceptualizing International Law’s Role in the Governance of AI: Autonomous weapons as a case study’. The roundtable will examine the ways in which international law needs to reorganise its engagement with AI, using the issue of autonomous weapons as a case study. Speakers will

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[Blog] ‘Meaningful human control over autonomous weapons and International Criminal Law’

[Blog] ‘Meaningful human control over autonomous weapons and International Criminal Law’ Published 17 December 2020 ©Shutterstock In a contribution to international law blog OpinioJuris, Asser researcher Marta Bo writes that international criminal law could provide guidance for operationalising the

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[Register now] DILEMA lecture: Remote, autonomous weapons and human agency

[Register now] DILEMA lecture: Remote, autonomous weapons and human agency Published 15 December 2020 Unmanned military drone patrols high in the sky at sunset (©iStock) What does it mean to have autonomy in the age of AI? How are remote, autonomous weapons regulated under international law? On

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[Launch of the DILEMA lecture series] Rebecca Crootof on ‘Artificial intelligence, autonomous weapon systems, and accidents in war’

, autonomous weapons and human agency’ . More information including registration details will be available soon. Please stay tuned to the Asser website and social media channels.  About the DILEMA project The DILEMA project explores interdisciplinary perspectives on military applications of

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Call for Papers on expert panel manuals for the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

autonomous weapons systems, bio-enhancement and other emerging technologies at some point. What should the contributions focus on?   While these manuals can and do play an undoubtedly useful role, their proliferation raises a number of questions. What degree of authority do they have and how much

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“A Tale of Two Cities”: The Roles of Geneva and The Hague, two UN cities, in Driving Global Justice

Institute and the Asser Institute start a multi-annual joint research project on autonomous weapons and international criminal law this summer. Just recently, the Asser Institute organised a panel discussion with the ICRC on ‘The Role of International Criminal Law in Fostering Compliance with

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Asser researcher wins NWO grant to research AI in the military context

International and Development Studies (Geneva). Further reading Bo, M. & T. Woodcock  ‘Lethal autonomous weapons, war crimes, and the Convention on Conventional Weapons’ , The Global, Rethinking Global Governance from Geneva, 29 May 2019. Boutin, B. ‘ Attribution of Conduct in International Military

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The preliminary programme for the winter academy on artificial intelligence and international law is out

machines Explainability and intelligibility of decision-making algorithms Ethics of AI and value-sensitive design Using AI to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals AI and human rights AI and international humanitarian law Autonomous weapons systems and human dignity Human control over

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SAVE THE DATE: 2020 Winter Academy on Artificial Intelligence & International law

Intelligence and moral judgment in humans and machines Explainability and intelligibility of decision-making algorithms Ethics of AI and value-sensitive design Using AI to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals AI and human rights AI and international humanitarian law Autonomous weapons systems and

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Call for Papers - Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 21 (2018)

’. Submissions can address the use of weapons in contemporary and future armed conflicts, recent developments in the context of the Biological Weapons Convention and Rome Statute, and ongoing debates on technical developments in cyberspace and with regard to drones and autonomous weapons. The YIHL aims to

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