Faculty from Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) discuss the risks and opportunities surrounding the application of artificial intelligence in warfare, peace, and everything in between.
Maj. Tony Smith of the U.S. Army recently served as a military fellow at DKI APCSS. His latest article on artificial intelligence was published by the Civil Affairs Association, appearing in “Civil Affairs Issue Papers Vol. 9, 2022-23.” Download here.
Maj. Tony Smith, serves as a Civil Affairs officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and holds a graduate degree from the Naval War College’s Naval Command and Staff College.
Dr. Srini Sitaraman, Professor, DKI APCSS. View Bio
Major Tony Smith
Dr. Elizabeth Kunce, Professor, DKI APCSS. View Bio
Recommended Readings & Resources:
- Kate Jones, “AI Governance and Human Rights,” Chatham House, Jan. 10, 2023.
ISBN: 978 1 78413 549 2 DOI: 10.55317/9781784135492
- “EU AI Act: First Regulation on Artificial Intelligence,” June 14, 2023.
- Alex Engler, “The EU and U.S. Diverge on AI Regulation: A Transatlantic Comparison and Steps to Alignment,” April 25, 2023.
- “Blueprint for AI Bill of Rights: White House,”
- “ICRC Position on Autonomous Weapon Systems Source.”
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Views shared by DKI APCSS faculty are the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the DKI APCSS or the United States Government.