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Fully autonomous weapons: Toby Walsh at TEDx Berlin

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15 October 2015



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AI researcher Toby Walsh gives a talk at TEDx Berlin on Killer Robots. Walsh will be participating in a side event and media briefing for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots at the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly’s First Committee Meeting on Disarmament and International Security on October 20.

Campaign to Stop Killer Robots side event on fully autonomous weapons
@ 13:00
United Nations Conference Room A

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is a global coalition of more than 50 non-governmental organizations working for a preemptive ban on weapons systems that would select targets and use force without meaningful human control. This side event will look at recent developments including initiatives by campaign members, the artificial intelligence call for a ban on autonomous weapons, and the Future of Life Institute grants aimed at ensuring artificial intelligence is beneficial to humanity.”

Moderator

Ms. Mary Wareham, Human Rights Watch, coordinator of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

Speakers

    •    Ms. Jody Williams, 1997 Nobel Peace laureate and chair, Nobel Women’s Initiative

    •    Prof. Toby Walsh, University of New South Wales

    •    Dr. Ian Kerr, International Committee for Robot Arms Control

    •    Mr. Richard Moyes, Article 36



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