CNAS Senior Fellow Paul Scharre has written a new report, “Autonomous Weapons and Operational Risk.” The report, which is a part of the CNAS Ethical Autonomy Project, examines the risks in future autonomous weapons that would choose their own targets and the potential for catastrophic accidents.
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