Ethical and Legal Aspects of Autonomous Security Systems
An international conference to be held at the University of Zurich in Switzerland on May 2nd-3rd, 2019, aims to explore the ethical and legal aspects of autonomous systems in the security sector.
The program for the conference is now online!
With keynotes of the following speakers:
• Philip G. Alston, New York University und UN-Sonderbeauftragter zu Extremer Armut und Menschenrechte: Artificial Intelligence as a Threat to Human Rights?
• Joanna Bryson, Bath University: Human Security and Machine Autonomy
• Mary Manjikian, Robertson School of Government an der Regent University: Cybersecurity, Crisis Stability and Trust in Autonomous Warfare
• Patrick Lin, California Polytechnic State University: AI in Defense and Security: Ethics and First Principles
• Robert Sparrow, Monash University: Might autonomous weapons be mala in se?
• Shannon Vallor, Santa Clara University: The New Cyberweapons: How Bots, Trolls, and Sockpuppets Compromise Security by Undermining Civic Integrity