Berichte & Artikel

2017

Kayser, Daan / Denk, Stepan. 2017. „Keeping Control – European positions on lethal autonomous weapon systems.“ Utrecht: Pax.

Slijper, Frank . 2017. „Where to draw the line? Increasing Autonomy in Weapon Systems – Technology and Trends.“ Utrecht: Pax.

Article 36. 2017. „Autonomous weapon systems: Evaluating the capacity for ‘meaningful human control’ in weapon review processes.“ Discussion paper for the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) Group of Governmental Experts meeting on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS). London: Article 36.

International Committee of the Red Cross. 2017. „Statement of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).“ Geneva: Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.

Boulanin, Vincent / Verbruggen, Maaike. 2017. „Mapping the Development of Autonomy in Weapon Systems.“ Solna: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

Altmann, Jürgen / Sauer, Frank. 2017. Autonomous Weapon Systems and Strategic Stability. “ Survival, Global Politics and Strategy 59 (5): 117-142.

Wareham, Mary / Goose, Stephen. 2017. „The Growing International Movement Against Killer Robots.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Wareham, Mary. 2017. „Banning Killer Robots in 2017.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Rudischhauser, Wolfgang . 2017. „Autonome oder halbautonome Waffensysteme: Eine neue terroristische Bedrohung?“ Arbeitspapier Sicherheitspolitik Nr. 23/2017. Berlin: Bundesakademie für Sicherheitspolitik.

2016

Auswärtiges Amt. 2106. „Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems: Technology, Definition, Ethics, Law and Security.“ Collection of expert opinions delivered at the April 2016 CCW UN Conference.

Boulanin, Vincent. 2016. „Mapping the Development of Autonomy in weapon systems: A primer on autonomy.“ Solna: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

Buston, Olly / Hart, Robert / Elliston, Cath. 2016. „An intelligent Future? Maximising the Opportunities and Minimising the Risks of Artifical Intelligence in the UK.“ London: Future Advocacy.

Docherty, Bonnie. 2016. „Making the Case: The Dangers of Killer Robots and the Need for a Preemptive Ban.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Goose, Steve. 2016. „Statement to the Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) Fifth Review Conference General Exchange of Views.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

International Committee of the Red Cross. 2016. „Autonomous Weapon Systems: Implications of Increasing Autonomy in the Critical Functions of Weapons.“ Second Expert Meeting on Autonomous Weapon Systems: Implications of Increasing Autonomy in the Critical Functions of Weapons, 15-16 March 2016. Geneva: ICRC.

Roff, Heather M. 2016. „Meaningful Human Control or Appropriate Human Judgment? The Necessary Limits on Autonomous Weapons.“ Briefing Paper for delegates at the Review Conference of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW), Geneva, 12-16 December 2016. Arizona: Arizona State University.

Roff, Heather M. / Moyes, Richard. 2016. „Meaningful Human Control, Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Weapons.“ London: Article 36.

2015

Amnesty International. 2015. „Autonomous Weapons Systems: Five Key Human Rights Issues for Consideration.“ London: Amnesty International Publications.

Article 36. 2015. „Killing by Machine: Key Issues for Understanding Meaningful Human Control.“ London: Article 36.

Boulanin, Vincent. 2015. „Implementing Article 36 weapon reviews in the light of increasing autonomy in weapon systems.“ SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security 2015/1. Solna: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

Campaign to stop Killer Robots. 2015. „Country Policy Positions.“ Overview of 27 states on the matter of fully autonomous weapons.

Docherty, Bonnie. 2015. „Mind the Gap: The Lack of Accountability for Killer Robots.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Geiß, Robin. 2015. „Wenn Maschinen Menschen töten.“ München: Süddeutsche Zeitung. 

Human Rights Watch / International Human Rights Clinic. 2015. „Precedent for Preemption: The Ban on Blinding Lasers as a Model for a Killer Robots Prohibition.“ Memorandum to Convention on Conventional Weapons Delegates. New York: Human Rights Watch.

International Committee of the Red Cross. 2015. „Autonomous weapon systems: Is it morally acceptable for a machine to make life and death decisions?“ Statement of the ICRC at the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW), Meeting of Experts on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS), 13 – 17 April 2015. Geneva: ICRC.

Weidlich, Christian / Küchenmeister, Thomas. 2015. „Außer Kontrolle?! Zweite Expertenkonferenz der Vereinten Nationen über autonome Waffensysteme, 13.-17. April 2015, Genf.“ Wissenschaft & Frieden 2015-3: 58-59.

2014

Article 36. 2014. „Key Areas for Debate in Autonomous Weapons Systems.“ Memorandum for delegates at the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) Meeting of Experts on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS). London: Article 36.

Carafano, James. 2014. „Autonomous Military Technology: Opportunities and Challenges for Policy and Law.“ Washington, D.C.: The Heritage Foundation.

Docherty, Bonnie. 2014. „Shaking the Foundations: The Human Rights Implications of Killer Robots.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Ekelhof, Merel / Struyk, Miriam. 2014. „Deadly Decisions. 8 Objections to Killer Robots.“ Utrecht: Pax.

Hawking, Stephen / Tegmark, Max / Russell, Stuart / Wilczek, Frank. 2014. „Transcending Complacency on Superintelligent Machines.“ New York: The Huffington Post.

Human Rights Watch / International Human Rights Clinic. 2014. „Incendiary Weapons: Recent Use and Growing Opposition.“ Memorandum to Convention on Conventional Weapons Delegates. New York: Human Rights Watch.

Markoff, John. 2014. „Fearing Bombs That Can Pick Whom to Kill.“ New York: The New York Times.

Mines Action Canada. 2014. „Lessons from Protocol IV on Blinding Laser Weapons for the Current Discussions about Autonomous Weapons.“ A Memorandum to Convention on Conventional Weapons Delegates. Ottawa: Mines Action Canada.

United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. 2014. „Framing Discussions on the Weaponization of Increasingly Autonomous Technologies.“ Geneva: UNIDIR.

United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. 2014. „The Weaponization of Increasingly Autonomous Technologies: Considering how Meaningful Human Control might move the discussion forward.“ Geneva: UNIDIR.

2013

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung (Hg.). 2013. „High-Tech-Kriege: Frieden und Sicherheit in Zeiten von Drohnen, Kampfrobotern und digitaler Kriegsführung.“ Band 36 der Reihe Demokratie. Berlin: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung.

Article 36. 2013. „Killer Robots: UK Government Policy on Fully Autonomous Weapons.“ London: Article 36.

Article 36. 2013. „Structuring Debate on Autonomous Weapons Systems.“ Memorandum for delegates to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW), Geneva, 14-15 November 2013. London: Article 36.

Bock, Andreas. 2013. „Quid Pro Quo! Kampfdrohnen, gezielte Tötungen und das Dilemma der Reziprozität.“ Sicherheitsblog.

Dickow, Marcel / Linnenkamp, Hilmar. 2013. „Combat Drones – Killing Drones: A Plea against Flying Robots.“  SWP Comments 4. Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik.

Heynes, Christof. 2013. „Report of the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Christof Heyns.“ A/HRC/23/47. Geneva: United Nations Human Rights Council.

Human Rights Watch / International Human Rights Clinic. 2013. „Fully Autonomous Weapons: Questions and Answers.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Schörnig, Niklas. 2013. „Noch Science Fiction, bald Realität? Die technische Leistungsfähigkeit aktueller und zukünftiger Drohnen.“ Internationale Politik 3: 15-21.

Singer, W. Peter. 2013. „Die Zukunft ist schon da. Die Debatte über Drohnen muss von Realitäten ausgehen.“ Internationale Politik 3: 8-14.

Weber, Jutta. 2013. „Drohnen: Kampagnen, Kollisionen, Kostenexplosionen.“ Sicherheitsblog.

Weidlich, Christian. 2013. „Das „Terminator“ Szenario verhindern – Die ethische Dimension des automatisierten Tötens.Sicherheitsblog.

2012

Asaro, Peter. 2012. „On banning autonomous weapon systems: human rights, automation, and the dehumanization of lethal decision-making.“ International Review of the Red Cross 94 (886): 687-709.

Docherty, Bonnie. 2012. „Losing Humanity: The Case against Killer Robots.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Human Rights Watch. 2012. „Review of the 2012 US Policy on Autonomy in Weapons Systems.“ New York: Human Rights Watch.

Sharkey, Noel E. 2012. „The evitability of autonomous robot warfare.“ International Review of the Red Cross 94 (886): 787-799.

2011

Schörnig, Niklas. 2011. „Krieg der Automaten.“ Weltsichten 9

2010

Klopp, Tina. 2010. „Roboter sollen nicht töten dürfen.“ Die Zeit

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