AI, Automated Systems, and Future Use-of-Force Decision Making: Anticipating Effects

    Project Details


    This project will involve on-going, international collaborative research over two years, culminating in three core activities: two two-day Research Workshops and a one-day Policy Roundtable. These will bring together leading scholars and practitioners working in international security, strategic and defence studies, and machine intelligence to produce a comprehensive study and set of policy recommendations on the risks and opportunities of introducing AI, machine learning, and automated systems into state-level use-of-force decision making. In addition to published outputs, these activities will be supplemented by lecture and seminar series, which will disseminate research findings and provide capacity building opportunities for Defence.
    Effective start/end date10/06/2228/02/25


    • Commonwealth Department of Defence: A$237,239.00


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