Tesla’s Elon Musk, Google’s Demis Hassabis, and Apple’s Steve Wozniak, have endorsed a ban on fully autonomous weapons. Others have compared developments in AI to nuclear weapons, but thus far, have only called for weak regulation that will not address the legal and ethical implications of fully autonomous weapons.
Fire and Fury, Throwing a Monkey Wrench at Big Tech!
Join Ethics in Technology on 15 September for an all-day virtual event featuring a series of discussions and comedy performances around topics in surveillance, war, and peace.
Join us online at RightsCon this year from 7 June to 11 June for our panel "Preventing Digital Dehumanization". More details on the panel forthcoming. Registration is now open.
Learn from some of the world's leading experts on fighting autonomous weapons by joining the 9th International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR 2021) speaker event, "What can AI researchers do to help prevent Lethal Autonomous Weapons?"
Instagram Live Q&A with Liz O'Sullivan
Join the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots Instagram live Q&A on data, privacy, and killer robots with Liz O'Sullivan.
A night of thought-provoking presentations on the military-industrial complex and the surveillance state, followed by some wonderful comedy. Featuring Campaign to Stop Killer Robots Coordinator Mary Wareham.
Coventry University of Warwick, Main campus, Coventry, CV4 7AL United Kingdom
Warwick Technology and Peace Conference hosted by Pugwash and featuring Laura Nolan of ICRAC.
Silicon Valley, CA 505 East Charleston Road Palo Alto, CA 94306
Ethics in Tech: Comedy Roast #2 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-tech-comedy-roast-by-ethics-in-technology-tickets-76855590139
San Francisco, CA 2041 Larkin Street San Francisco, CA 94109
Ethics in Tech: Comedy Roast https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-tech-comedy-roast-by-ethics-in-technology-held-in-san-francisco-tickets-76858685397