The potential for advances in information-age technologies to undermine
nuclear deterrence and influence the potential for nuclear escalation
represents a critical question for international politics. One challenge is
that uncertainty about the...
Michael C. HorowitzNew working paper alert! Excited about this one. A long-simmering paper on #AI, autonomy, and nuclear weapons I co-authored with @paul_scharre & Alex Velez-Green. It systematically assesses how advances in #AI and autonomy could impact strategic stability.
(2019). When speed kills: Lethal autonomous weapon systems, deterrence and stability. Journal of Strategic Studies: Vol. 42, Emerging Technologies and Strategic Stability, Edited by Todd S. Sechser, Neil Narang and Caitlin Talmadge, pp. 764-788.
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Artificial intelligence could erase many practical advantages of democracy, and erode the ideals of liberty and equality. It will further concentrate the power among a small elite if we don’t take steps to stop it.
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