July 11, 2017

Drones Podcast Series: Transparency on Use of Drones

By Luke Hartig, Loren DeJonge Schulman and Paul Scharre

Luke Hartig, a fellow in New America's International Security program, and Loren DeJonge Schulman, a senior fellow at CNAS, discuss transparency on the U.S. use of drones. Hosted by Paul Scharre.

  • Podcast
    • September 14, 2020
    Ep. 75: The next big thing(s) in unmanned systems

    This episode, we'll explore emerging trends in unmanned systems. We’ll start in the air, before turning to the land and sea in a review of Russian-made systems and military th...

    By Samuel Bendett

  • Commentary
    • Valdai Discussion Club
    • August 8, 2020
    Robots in Action: How a Pandemic Affects the Future Face of the Armed Forces

    With COVID-19 restrictions in place to safeguard human lives, using “substitute” technologies has never been more important....

    By Samuel Bendett

  • Commentary
    • Texas National Security Review
    • June 2, 2020
    The Militarization of Artificial Intelligence

    Militaries are racing to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) with the aim of gaining military advantage over competitors. And yet, there is little understanding of AI’s long-te...

    By Paul Scharre

  • Commentary
    • Wired
    • May 19, 2020
    Are AI-Powered Killer Robots Inevitable?

    In war, speed kills. The soldier who is a split second quicker on the draw may walk away from a firefight unscathed; the ship that sinks an enemy vessel first may spare i...

    By Paul Scharre

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