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Hybrid Networks and Risk Management in a System Perspective

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In contemporary multi-dimensional and networked battlefields, autonomous technologies are used to support and augment human capabilities in all domains of operation. Recent advances in robotics, artificial intelligence, human-machine interfaces and sensors introduces the possibility to network intelligent, autonomous systems and human operators in multi-domain Battle Management Networks, (i.e Command, Control, Communications, Computer and Intelligence (C4I) networks/sensor grids). However, the incorporation of intelligent and autonomous weapon systems in complex military operations introduces both new possibilities and new types of risk, as well as legal and ethical concerns. At the same time, the rapid acceleration and hybridization of the battlespace challenges the classical military bureaucracies and its legal-rational decision-making processes.
This paper will address some of the legal and ethical challenges of networked humans and autonomous machines.
Publikationsdato23 maj 2017
StatusUdgivet - 23 maj 2017
BegivenhedNATO STO Specialists Meeting: SCI-296 RSM on Autonomy from a System Perspective - Oslo, Norge
Varighed: 23 maj 201725 maj 2017


KonferenceNATO STO Specialists Meeting



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