CSET’s Lauren Kahn lends her expertise in an article published by WIRED that discusses recent developments in the international regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) for military use. During a gathering in the UK, US Vice President Kamala Harris announced a non-binding declaration signed by 31 nations, including the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, and France, to establish voluntary guidelines on the military application of AI.
I really believe that these are common sense agreements that everyone would agree to.Lauren Kahn, CSET Senior Research Analyst
Kahn calls the US-led declaration “incredibly significant.” She says it could offer a practical path toward binding international agreement on the norms around how nations develop, test, and deploy AI in military systems, providing greater safeguards and transparency around applications involving weapons systems. “I really believe that these are common sense agreements that everyone would agree to,” Kahn says.
Read the full article in WIRED.