June 08, 2018

“Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War” featuring Paul Scharre

By Kara Frederick and Paul Scharre

Join Kara Frederick from the CNAS Technology and National Security Program in a discussion with Paul Scharre on the national security implications of robotics, autonomy, and artificial intelligence in “Army of None.”

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