Realities of Algorithmic Warfare session at RE-AIM Summit


Contesting Governance’s new Realities of Algorithmic Warfare (RAW) project is launching itself into the world by hosting a session at the RE-AIM World Summit in the Hague on the 15th of February, 2023. RE-AIM stands for Responsible Use of AI in the Military domain and this summit at the World Forum will bring together academics, policymakers, military strategists, and corporations from across the world to discuss the opportunities and threats of integrating AI and machine learning into contemporary warfare.

Together with its partners from the Autonorms group, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, and Antwerp University, RAW will host the session Realities of Algorithmic Warfare. Concrete take-aways include a deeper understanding of how and where (semi) autonomous weapon systems are being experimented with and deployed today, how they are changing the character of warfare, at what cost to civilians and an exploration of political control and legal regulation possibilities to ensure responsible deployment and use.

The Realities of Algorithmic Warfare project is led by Jessica Dorsey (REBO) and dr. Lauren Gould (HUM).

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If you are interested in how AI is influencing the ways wars are fought today, then enroll for the RE-AIM summit here and join in on our debate.

If you are a student, you can enroll for a War Game that emulates the use of AI and Machine learning in war here