June 07, 2017

The AI Revolution, Paul Scharre the Director, Future of Warfare Initiative

By Paul Scharre

Paul Scharre is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Technology and National Security at the Center for a New American Security. His talk on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of War at the U.S. Army War College addresses the impact of AI on society and how it will change the character of war.

  • Commentary
    • Modern War Institute
    • April 6, 2018
    Soldier Swarm: New ground Combat Tactics for the Era of Multi-Domain Battle

    When the US military prepares to fight its next major war, it won’t be planning to fight the insurgents it has faced over the last fifteen years. As China and Russia begin to ...

    By Lauren Fish & Justin Lynch

    • Commentary
    • War on the Rocks
    • March 31, 2015
    Counter-Swarm: A Guide to Defeating Robotic Swarms

    Swarming with a large number of low-cost autonomous systems can be useful for a wide range of applications in warfare, and the U.S. military should move to harness the advanta...

    By Paul Scharre

    • Commentary
    • War on the Rocks
    • March 25, 2015
    Commanding the Swarm

    Today’s uninhabited vehicles are largely tele-operated, with a person piloting or driving the vehicle remotely, but tomorrow’s won’t be. They will incorporate increasing auton...

    By Paul Scharre

    • Commentary
    • War on the Rocks
    • March 11, 2015
    The Human Element in Robotic Warfare

    The first rule of unmanned aircraft is, don’t call them unmanned aircraft. And whatever you do, don’t call them drones. The U.S. Air Force prefers the term “remotely pil...

    By Paul Scharre

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