Trusted autonomous systems in defence: A policy landscape review

Juljan Krause, Mark Kleinman (Editor), Justyna (Jonak) Lisinska (Editor)

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Abstract

This review discusses some of the challenges to building trustworthy autonomous systems for defence that arise for the UK and its allies. It is part of a series of TAS policy landscape reviews that survey the issues that emerge around designing trustworthy autonomous systems. This review focuses on trust in novel autonomous systems in the defence context, and the policy problems that are associated with this.
Original languageEnglish
TypePeer-reviewed
Media of outputPDF
Number of pages32
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Publication statusPublished - 18 Nov 2021

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