Documents from the 2019 CCW Group of Governmental Experts on lethal autonomous weapon systems
Draft report (19 June 2019)
WORKING PAPERS (August 2019)
CONFERENCE DOCUMENTS (March 2019)
WORKING PAPERS (March 2019)
Potential opportunities and limitations of military uses of lethal autonomous weapons systems
Submitted by the Russian Federation
Australia's System of Control and Applications for Autonomous Weapon Systems
Submitted by Australia
Possible outcome of 2019 GGE and future actions of international community on LAWS
Submitted by Japan
Food for Thought Paper
Submitted by Belgium, Ireland and Luxembourg
Implementing International Humanitarian Law in the Use of Autonomy in Weapon Systems
Submitted by the United States
Questionnaire on the Legal Review Mechanisms of New Weapons, Means and Methods of Warfare.
Submitted by Argentina
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS (March 2019)
ICT4 Peace Foundation, Regina Surber, Scientific Advisor, 'Artifical Intelligence: Autonomous Technology (AT), Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS) and Peace Time Threats
ICT4 Peace Foundation, 'Digital Human Security 2020'
EXEDEC International, Caitríona Heinl, 'Maturing Autonomous Cyber Weapons Systems: Implications for International Security Cyber and Autonomous Weapons Systems Regimes'