IWR collaborates on JAUASE

IWR is pleased to announce a collaboration agreement with Defence TAS CRC, Skyborne Technologies and Cyborg Dynamics Engineering to provide Article 36 legal review advice on the Justified Autonomous Unmanned Aerial System Effects (JAUASE) Project. The JAUASE project is developing a legally compliant, Artificial Intelligence decision support tool for unmanned …

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How many States conduct weapon reviews?

How many States are known to conduct weapon reviews? Dr Natalia Jevglevskaja from the Program on the Regulation of Emerging Military Technologies lists 19 States known to conduct weapon reviews. International Weapons Review can assist States to develop internal processes for the legal review of new weapons.

7 considerations for the legal review of autonomous weapon systems

Would Future of Life Institute’s Slaughterbot pass a weapon review? It is a difficult question without a full understanding of its design, intended use and programming however there are number of considerations that a reviewing State may consider: All weapons, including AWS, must be legally reviewed prior to their deployment …

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