AI to Reduce Harm to Civilians and Ease the Effects of War
AI and autonomy in military contexts are often discussed regarding their negative considerations. We suggest it may be irresponsible for militaries not to use AI to achieve military objectives – particularly to reduce harm to civilians and to ease the effects of war. We host an interactive debate on whether the benefits of AI outweigh the risks for military operations.
AI to Reduce Harm to Civilians and Ease the Effects of War speakers
Dr. S. Kate DevittChief Scientist at Trusted Autonomous Systems Defence Cooperative Research Centre (TAS-DCRC) and Adjunct Professor at Centre for Robotics, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Dr. Daphne Richemond-BarakSpeaker
Dr. Larry LewisSpeaker