Past Event! Note: this event has already taken place.

When: Monday, February 24th, 2020 — Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
Time: All day event
Location:Richcraft Hall, Second floor conference rooms and Atrium
Audience:Carleton Community
Cost:This event is by invitation or special request only. Spaces are limited.

Scholarly debates on the subject of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in defence largely center on the tactical use and misuse of the technology within autonomous weapons systems, and the associated risks AI may pose to the legal practice of the use of force. Few debates exist, however, as to the utility of AI in times of crisis, conflict, and war, or in matters of statecraft, diplomacy, national security, cybersecurity, and intelligence. The dearth of knowledge is surprising given the expectation that the future of war will be autonomous. This conference will explore the nexus between AI and national defence, national security, and intelligence in Canada and abroad.

To Register, email: Spaces limited.

Conference Agenda

This event is part of FPA Research Series. FPA Research Series