"Does Military AI Have Gender?" uncovers the significance of gender norms in the development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) for military purposes. The report addresses gender bias in data collection, algorithms and computer processing. 

Drawing on research in ethical AI, the report outlines avenues for countering bias and mitigating harm, including a gender-based review of military applications of AI. In doing so, it seeks to chart a path for technology development that promotes – rather than hinders – gender equity and contributes to gender mainstreaming in the military. 

Citation: Katherine Chandler (2021) "Does Military AI Have Gender? Understanding Bias and Promoting Ethical Approaches in Military Applications of AI", UNIDIR, Geneva, https://doi.org/10.37559/GEN/2021/04.