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Thursday, 10 Dec 2015 08:30–10:00 UTC+01
Lethal Autonomous Weapons: The Challenge of Accountability

​​​​​​Background:Technological advances in weaponry mean that decisions about the use of force on the battlefield could increasingly be taken by machines operating without human intervention.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017 13:00–14:30 UTC+02
Lethal Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War

​Welcome to a discussion on the relationship between artificial intelligence, its likely uses in warfare, and how the technology could be controlled.

Journal Article
In Defense of (Virtuous) Autonomous Weapons

Journal article in Notre Dame Journal on Emerging Technologies

Conference Paper
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Autonomous Weapons-

Conference paper

Policy Brief
Norway’s Policy on Emerging Military Technologies: Widening the Debate on AI and Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

PRIO Policy Brief

Popular Article
Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Issues for the International Community

Popular article in Security & Defence Agenda

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Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Killing the ‘Robots-don’t-Rape’ Argument

Popular article in IntLawGrrls

Friday, 16 May 2014
PRIO Researchers Contribute to Debate on Lethal Autonomous Weapons

Issues for the International Community

Policy Brief
The Humanitarian Disarmament Roundtable Conference, 2023: A Summary of Discussions

PRIO Policy Brief

Policy Brief
What Can We Learn from Past Humanitarian Disarmament Campaigns?

PRIO Policy Brief

Policy Brief
Momentum Lost? Three Recommendations for the Future of Humanitarian Campaigning

PRIO Policy Brief

Wednesday, 7 Feb 2024
Nobel Peace Prize 2024: PRIO Director’s Shortlist Announced

The Director of the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Henrik Urdal, announced his shortlist today for the 2024 Nobel Peace Prize, with election observers topping the list.

PRIO Paper
Artificial Intelligence in Military Planning and Operations

PRIO Paper

Journal Article
Robotic Virtue, Military Ethics Education, and the Need for Proper Storytellers

Journal article in Conatus - Journal of Philosophy

PRIO Blogs
Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Killing the ‘Robots-don’t-Rape’ Argument

Earlier this spring, we debated a law professor who insisted that lethal autonomous weapons (LAWS) could clean up war. The professor posited that a war fought with autonomous weapons would be a war without rape. Taking humans out of the loop would...

PRIO Blogs
Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Issues for the International Community

On May 13-16 a United Nations (UN) expert meeting will discuss ‘questions relating to emerging technologies’ in lethal autonomous weapon systems. Such systems are distinguished by being mobile and selecting targets autonomously without direct huma...

PRIO Blogs
Issues for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots was launched in April 2013 with the objective of achieving a ban on the development, production and deployment of lethal autonomous weapons. In May 2014, the issue will be discussed by a UN expert meeting under t...

Popular Article
Putin uses Valdai Club to repeat nuclear bluff

Popular article in Eurasia Daily Monitor

Thursday, 21 Sep 2023
Pope Francis calls for recommitment to peace at conference co-organized by PRIO

Pope Francis issued a powerful message to participants of an international conference co-organized by PRIO and The Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.

Monday, 11 Sep 2023
PRIO Report Pushes Ethics in Digital Competence High on Norwegian Defense Sector Agenda

A new report focused on the ethical aspects of digital competence in the defense sector is in the spotlight, after the Ministry of Defense convenes a seminar to discuss the report.

PRIO Blogs
What’s Wrong with the Idea that ‘Robots don’t Rape’?

The politics of rape denunciation is fast becoming the politics of lobbyists, vendors and military manufacturers seeking access to new customers and markets. The recognition of wartime rape as a fundamental violation of international law has been ...

PRIO Blogs
Giant Fake Ladybugs on Tanks? The Future of Warfare in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and the Need for Ethics

In September this year, Chief Software Officer for the U.S. Air Force Nicholas Chaillian, unexpectedly resigned. The reason for his resignation? To protest the slow pace of technological transformation taking place in the U.S. military, and where ...

PRIO Blogs
The Iterative Relationship Between Technology and International Security

Scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations are often subject to public discussion about their capacity to affect international security, either by their military exploitation or their uptake and re-appropriation through non-state actor...

PRIO Blogs
Ungovernable or Humanitarian Experimentation? Generative AI as an Accountability Issue

Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Kristoffer Lidén discuss the type of accountability challenges generative AI, such as Chat GPT, represents for humanitarian governance. A need to recalibrate humanitarian accountability discussions In the summer of 202...

Wednesday, 4 Sep 2013 08:30–10:00 UTC+02
Killer Robots: the Future of War?

Breakfast Seminar

Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014 08:30–10:00 UTC+01
Killer Robots at the UN

Breakfast Seminar

Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016 10:30–14:30 UTC+02
The Policy Implications of Nonviolent Direct Action

Seminar with Srdja Popovic, Center for Applied Nonviolent Action & Strategies (CANVAS)

Friday, 24 May 2019
Technology, Security and Warfare

Second TRANSAD Workshop

Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014
New PRIO Policy Brief on killer robots

Nicholas Marsh - Defining the Scope of Autonomy

Tuesday, 26 Apr 2022
The Ethics of Military Artificial Intelligence – Conference at the U.S. Naval Academy

​PRIO researchers Greg Reichberg and Henrik Syse spoke last week at the United States Naval Academy's annual McCain Conference on military ethics.

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