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Artificial Intelligence, War, Law

Conference contribution
Authors Matilda Arvidsson
Published in Conferance panel at the Law & Soceity Association Annual Meeting, 7-10 June, Toronto 2018: CRN23 International Law & Politics
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Law
Language en
Keywords artificial intelligence, war, law, international humanitarian law
Subject categories Jurisprudence, International law


Convenor: Dr Matilda Arvidsson Chair: Dr Markus Gunneflo Discussant: Dr Ioannis Kalpouzos This panel session is dedicated to inquiring into the converging fields of artificial intelligence, war and law. Bringing together international humanitarian, intellectual property, posthumanist and feminist legal thinking the panel aims to bring forth new questions, better descriptions, and above all an opportunity to think together about our lives and deaths in and with contemporary war and law. Panel participants: Professor Gregor Noll: Assessing Lawfulness in AI-Human Interaction under the Laws of War Dr Merima Bruncevic: The Dark Web and AI – a question of jurisdiction and legal subjectivity Dr Matilda Arvidsson: Posthumanitarian International Law and Practice of War Professor Kristin Bergtora Sandvik: Technology, dead male bodies and the politics of feminist recognition: theorizing the gendered logic of algorithmic protection and targeting Dr Jannice Käll: Coping with artificial intelligence at war- the potential of new materialist jurisprudence

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