These videos on the Ethics of Robotics, Autonomous Systems and Artificial Intelligence for Defence (RASAI) were produced by Trusted Autonomous Systems for the Centre for Defence Leadership & Ethics (CDLE) Australian Defence College (ADC). See more details in the Defence Science & Technology Group (DSTG) Technical Report DSTG-TR-3786 ‘A Method for Ethical AI in Defence’.
Video transcripts for the Introduction to ethical robotics, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence in Defence and pragmatic tools to manage these risks are available in this pdf: Ethics of Robotics, Autonomous Systems & Artificial Intelligence
Introduction to the Ethics of Robotics, Autonomous Systems and Artificial Intelligence in Defence – Animation Summary
Pragmatic Tools for Considering and Managing Ethical Risks in AI for Defence – Animation Summary
Introduction to the Ethics of RASAI in Defence – Detailed
Pragmatic Tools for Considering and Managing Ethical Risks in AI for Defence – Detailed
Publications – TAS Contributors
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Back, Andrew D., and Janet Wiles. 2021. “Entropy Estimation Using a Linguistic Zipf–Mandelbrot–Li Model for Natural Sequences” Entropy 23, no. 9: 1100
Galliott, J., MacIntosh, D. & Jens, D.O. (eds.) (2021). Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Re-Examining the Law & Ethics of Robotic Warfare. Oxford University Press.
Liivoja, R., Väljataga, A. (eds.) (2021), ‘Autonomous Cyber Capabilities under International Law’ NATO CCDCOE Publications.
McKenzie, S. (2021). Autonomous Technology and Dynamic Obligations: Uncrewed Maritime Vehicles and the Regulation of Maritime Military Surveillance in the Exclusive Economic Zone. Asian Journal of International Law.
Massingham, E. (2021). Automation of the Spectrum, Automation and the Spectrum: Legal Challenges When Optimising Spectrum Use for Military Operations. Law, Technology and Humans, 3(1).
Massingham, E (2021), ‘Navigating to autonomy: legal questions in the use of autonomous aerial vehicles by the Australian military’, Australian Journal of Defence and Strategic Studies, AJDSS Volume 3 Number 1 (2021).
Selvaratnam, D, Cantoni, M, Davoren, J,M, Shames, I (2021), ‘Sampling Polynomial Trajectories for LTL Verification’, Arvix (under review Theoretical Computer Science).
KaiLiao, Chwen, Manzie, Chris, Chapman, Airlie, (2020), A distributed algorithm for UAV-based communication networks using constrained extremum seeking, IFAC Papers Online.
Korte, Jessica, Bender, Axel, Gallasch, Guy, Wiles, Janet, and Back, Andrew (2020). A plan for developing an Auslan communication technologies pipeline. ECCV 2020: Computer Vision – ECCV 2020 Workshops, Glasgow, Scotland, 23–28 August 2020. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Liivoja, R., Massingham, E., MacFarlane, T., and McKenzie, S., (2020). Are autonomous weapons systems prohibited? TAS Game-Changer Blog and UQ Law School.
McFarland, T. (2020). Is an Autonomous Weapon System Just a Machine? Fifteeneightyfour, the blog of Cambridge University Press, Law & Government.
McKenzie, S. (2020). When is a Ship a Ship? Use by State Armed Forces of Un-crewed Maritime Vehicles and the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Forthcoming Melbourne Journal of International Law
Massingham, E. (2020). Navigating to autonomy: legal questions in the use of autonomous aerial vehicles by the Australian military. ANZSIL International Peace and Security Interest Group Seminar Series 2020, Online, 24 July 2020.
Massingham, E. (2020). Radio Silence: Autonomous Military Aircraft and the Importance of Communication for their Use in Peace Time and in Times of Armed Conflict under International Law, University of Queensland Law School (This paper appeared in (2020) 1(1) Asia-Pacific Journal of International Humanitarian Law 184–208)
Massingham, E., McKenzie, S., and Liivoja, R. (2020). AI and Machine Learning Symposium: Command in the Age of Autonomy–Unanswered Questions for Military Operations, OpinioJuris
Scholz, J.B. and Galliott, J. (2020). The Case for Ethical AI in the Military. Oxford Handbook of the Ethics of AI, Cases and Applications: Military. Chapter 36.
Scholz, J.B, Lambert, D.A, Bolia, R.S, and Galliott, J. (2020). Ethical Weapons: A Case for AI in Weapons. In Moral Responsibility in Twenty-First-Century Warfare. SUNY Series in Just War Theory and the Ethical Challenges of Autonomous Weapons Systems, Steven C. Roach and Amy E. Eckert Editors, SUNY Press. September.
UQ and the Future of War resources including articles, books, blog posts and podcast available at: https://law.uq.edu.au/research/future-war
Perez, T. (2019) What will it take to trust autonomous systems? Australian Defence Magazine, October 2019
Scholz, J.B. and Galliott, J. (2019), Artificial Intelligence in Weapons: The Moral Imperative for Minimally-Just Autonomy, US Air Force Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, vol. 1, pp. 57 – 67.
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