ICRAC general statement at the August 2018 CCW GGE
ICRAC general statement at the August 2018 CCW GGE
ICRAC general statement at the August 2018 CCW GGE
Frequently Asked Questions on LAWS
Frequently Asked Questions on LAWS
Frequently Asked Questions on LAWS
Speed kills! Why we need to hit the brakes on “killer robots”
Speed kills! Why we need to hit the brakes on “killer robots”
Speed kills! Why we need to hit the brakes on “killer robots”
ICRAC Video: Peaceful Uses of Robotics and Banning LAWS
ICRAC Video: Peaceful Uses of Robotics and Banning LAWS
ICRAC Video: Peaceful Uses of Robotics and Banning LAWS
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ICRAC general statement at the August 2018 CCW GGE

Posted on 29 August 2018 by

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As delivered by Prof. Noel Sharkey Mr Chairman, Over the last 5 years at the CCW we have seen an increased understanding of the issues and challenges posed by autonomous weapons systems. ICRAC is pleased with the general consensus that we must retain human control over weapons systems, in particular, over the critical functions of […] Continue Reading

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ICRAC statement on the human control of weapons systems at the August 2018 CCW GGE

Posted on 29 August 2018 by

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As delivered by Dr. Elke Schwarz Thank you, Mr Chairperson, The International Committee for Robot Arms Control is pleased to see states move away from the use of broad, brush-stroke terms such as in-the-loop, on-the-loop, the wider loop, human oversight, and appropriate human judgement. We agree with the working paper from Estonia and Finland that […] Continue Reading

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ICRAC statement on the human control of weapons systems at the April 2018 CCW GGE

Posted on 11 April 2018 by

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International Committee for Robot Arms Control Statement to the UN GGE Meeting 2018 Delivered by Prof. Noel Sharkey, on 11 April 2018 Mr Chairperson, We have been very pleased with this morning’s session as states begin to contemplate a move towards policies on the human control of weapons systems. On a pedantic note: we cannot […] Continue Reading

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ICRAC Working Paper #3 (CCW GGE April 2018): Guidelines for the human control of weapons systems

Posted on 10 April 2018 by

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Guidelines for the human control of weapons systems [PDF] Authored by Noel Sharkey, chair of ICRAC[1] Since 2014, high contracting parties to the CCW have expressed interest and concern about the meaningful human control of weapons systems. There is an extensive scientific and engineering literature on the dynamics of human-machine interaction and human supervisory control […] Continue Reading

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Short ICRAC Statement at the April 2018 CCW GGE

Posted on 10 April 2018 by

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International Committee for Robot Arms Control Statement to the UN GGE Meeting 2018 Delivered by Prof. Noel Sharkey, on 10 April 2018 Mr. Chairperson, There have been very useful and interesting discussions this morning. I speak here as chair of an academic NGO: the International Committee for Robot Arms Control (ICRAC) and as a member […] Continue Reading

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ICRAC Statement at the April 2018 CCW GGE

Posted on 09 April 2018 by

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International Committee for Robot Arms Control Statement to the UN GGE Meeting 2018 Delivered by Dr Thompson Chengeta, on 9 April 2018 Mr. Chairperson, I speak on behalf of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control [ICRAC], a founding member of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. Ambassador Gill, we thank you for your important […] Continue Reading

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