Autonomous Weapon Systems and International Humanitarian Law: A Reply to the Critics
Michael N. Schmitt
Naval War College - Stockton Center for the Study of International Law; University of Exeter Law School; Lieber Institute, USMA at West Point; Harvard Law School (PILAC)
December 4, 2012
Harvard National Security Journal Feature (2013)
Examines the international humanitarian law implications of autonomous weapon systems. Responds to criticism, such as Human Rights Watch's Losing Humanity report.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 37
Keywords: international humanitarian law, law of armed conflict, robots, autonomous
JEL Classification: K33
Date posted: December 5, 2012 ; Last revised: February 9, 2013
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