Autonomous Weapon Systems: An Exploration of Issues and Recommendations

Jesse M. Davis (Editor)

Series: Defense, Security and Strategies
BISAC: TEC025000

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The use of autonomous weapon systems (AWS) in warfare is not a new concept. This book explores a diverse set of complex issues related to the developmental, operational, legal, and ethical aspects of AWS. It will briefly explore the recent history of the development and integration of autonomous and semi-autonomous systems into traditional military operations. It will examine anticipated expansion of these roles in the near future as well as outline international efforts to provide a context for U.S. use of the systems. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems: Issues for Congress
Thomas Payne

Chapter 2. Report of the Defense Science Board Summer Study on Autonomy
Defense Science Board

Chapter 3. Autonomous Weapon Systems: A Brief Survey of Developmental, Operational, Legal, and Ethical Issues
Jeffrey L. Caton

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