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Armes autonomes. Gouvernance, technologie, légalité et éthique

Du 24 au 25 février 2014 | Londres, GB

The debate on weapons technology is intensifying. Technological innovation means that unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs), commonly known as ‘drones’, may soon be joined by lethal autonomous robotics (LARs) and other semi- and fully autonomous battlefield weapons.

Establishing key principles of proportionality and accountability in a technology-driven battlefield is a present and on-going challenge for policymakers, civil society and industry.

This Chatham House conference will consider and address the changing nature of modern warfare and the role of autonomous weapons. Sessions will cover :

- Governance and decision-making in warfare

- Current developments in weapons technology and the road to automation

- The ethical and legal implications of decision-making without a ‘man in the loop’

- The changing variables for decisions to go to war

- Technology-enabled frontiers for future conflicts

Source : Chatham House

Publié le 12 septembre 2013

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