Search: AI,Strategic stability (2 materials)

Three Groups of Threats from Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems

... incentives to increase a country’s own strategic potential. The principles of strategic stability enshrined in the 1990 Declaration were considered the guidelines for weapons control. Later, the notions of “first strike stability” and even “cross-domain strategic stability” emerged. Military AI has the potential to breach stability within any concept. Some high-ranking Pentagon strategists have already made statements that autonomous robots could ensure global military dominance. They believe that ...

14.11.2018

RIAC at SIPRI and CICIR Conference on Mapping the Impact of Machine Learning and Autonomy on Strategic Stability and Nuclear Risk

... September 6-7, Beijing hosted a joint conference organized by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute ( SIPRI ) and China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations ( CICIR ) on Mapping the Impact of Machine Learning and Autonomy on Strategic Stability and Nuclear Risk. Experts from Russia, China, the United States, France, Britain, Japan, South Korea, India, and Pakistan, attended the event to discuss the possible impact of machine learning technologies, autonomous systems, and artificial intelligence on the development of weapons and the possibility of their use in conflicts....

10.09.2018

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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