Shared challenges in civil and military AI regulation
At EU-level and internationally, regulation is in development in attempts to address and mitigate the human rights challenges and other issues arising from the use of AI and automated decision-making technologies in both the private and public sectors. However, major gaps exist in addressing the use of AI for national security and military purposes, including in the area of autonomous weapons systems.
This panel will discuss the shared challenges of regulating AI in both the civil and military spheres. Speakers will discuss what measures policymakers can take to ensure that human rights and international humanitarian law protections are safeguarded and to ensure that accountability exists in key areas in which AI and automated decision-making technologies are employed, including national security and defence.
Shared challenges in civil and military AI regulation speakers
Francesca FanucciSenior Legal Advisor, European Center for Not-for-Profit Law
Richard MoyesManaging Director, Article 36 Coordinator, Stop Killer Robots campaign
Dr Catherine ConnollyAutomated Decision Research Manager Stop Killer Robots campaign