This report provides an initial insight into why the international security community may need to consider regulating artificial intelligence (AI) applications that fall in the digital grey zone between AI-enabled weapon systems (e.g. lethal autonomous weapon systems) and military uses of civilian AI applications (e.g. logistics, transport). It also provides an initial exploration of the familiar tools the community has at its disposal for such regulation.

Teaser: Exploring responses to the use of AI in military decision-making

Sponsor Organizations: Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Microsoft and CIFAR

Citation: Giacomo Persi Paoli, Kerstin Vignard, David Danks and Paul Meyer (2020) "Modernizing Arms Control: Exploring Responses to the Use of AI in Military Decision-Making", UNIDIR, Geneva, Switzerland.