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Ethical and Legal Aspects of Autonomous Security Systems
An international conference to be held at the University of Zurich in Switzerland on May 2nd-3rd, 2019, aims to explore the ethical and legal aspects of autonomous systems in the security sector. Among others, autonomous systems in cybersecurity are discussed in the conference, that is co-supported by CANVAS.
Philip G. Alston, New York University and UN Special Rapporteur
Extreme Poverty and Human Rights: Artificial Intelligence as a Threat to Human Rights?
Joanna Bryson, Bath University
Human Security and Machine Autonomy
Mary Manjikian, Robertson School of Government at Regent University
Cybersecurity, Crisis Stability and Trust in Autonomous Warfare
Patrick Lin, California Polytechnic State University
AI in Defense and Security: Ethics and First Principles
Robert Sparrow, Monash University
Might autonomous weapons be mala in se?
Shannon Vallor, Santa Clara University
The New Cyberweapons: How Bots, Trolls, and Sockpuppets Compromise Security by Undermining Civic Integrity
For more information about the programme and to sign up for the even, please visit this link: