From “pink eyed terminators” to a clear-eyed response? UK policy on autonomous we...
In this new paper, Article 36 analyses UK contributions to the discussion on ‘autonomy’ in weapons systems at the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons. The UK’s political position that existing law is sufficient and no new regulation in this area... Read more
Autonomy in weapons systems – considering approaches to regulation
This new short paper aims to assist thinking about the relationship between regulatory options and our conceptualisation of the subject matter in discussions on autonomy in weapons systems. The international discussion on autonomy in weapons systems is rendered challenging by... Read more
A structure for regulating ‘autonomy’ in weapons systems
In a short paper, Article 36 outlines a structure for the regulation of weapons that use sensors and target profiles as a basis for determining when and where force should be applied. This structure frames the issues of concern within... Read more