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Opposition to Lethal Autonomous Weapons Remains Strong: Survey

by Inder Singh Bisht, The Defense Post, February 3, 2021

Guidelines for military and non-military use of Artificial Intelligence

Press Release-European Parliament,    Jan 20, 2021


Air Force A.I. test raises concerns over killer robots

by Jeremy Kahn, Fortune, Dec 21, 2020

Robots Aren’t Better Soldiers than Humans

by Mary Wareham, Boston Globe & Human Rights Watch, Oct 26, 2020

In the debate over autonomous weapons, it’s time to unlock the “black box” of AI

by Arthur Holland Michel, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Oct 16, 2020

‘Machines set loose to slaughter’: the dangerous rise of military AI

by Frank Pasquale, The Guardian, Oct 15, 2020

A Partial Ban on Autonomous Weapons Would Make Everyone Safer

by Zak Kallenborn, Foreign Policy, Oct 14, 2020

An Enduring Impasse on Autonomous Weapons

by Dustin Lewis, Just Security, Sept 28, 2020

Autonomous Weapon Systems: Understanding and Operationalizing Human Control

by Arun Teja Polcumpally, Modern Diplomacy, Sep 1, 2020

Should Killer Drone Swarms Be Considered Weapons of Mass Destruction?

by Kyle Mizokami, Popular Mechanics, May 29, 2020

The Need for and Elements of a New Treaty on Fully Autonomous Weapons

by Bonnie Doherty, Human Rights Watch, Feb 20, 2020


Killer Robots Aren’t Regulated. Yet

by Jonah Kessel, New York Times, December 13, 2019

The robots are coming, the robots are coming

by Justin Rohrlich, Quartz, October 8, 2019

Artificial intelligence and war

The Economist, September 5, 2019

Artificial intelligence is changing every aspect of war

The Economist, September 7, 2019

Death by algorithm: The age of killer robots is closer than you think

by Kelsey Piper, Vox, June 21, 2019

Nobel peace prizewinning doctors warn killer autonomous robots must be banned

by Rhys Blakely, The Times, Mar 25 2019

Autonomous weapons that kill must be banned, insists UN chief

UN News, Mar 25, 2019

Don’t Let Robots Pull the Trigger

Editorial, Scientific American, March 2019