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Michael Raska and Richard A. Bitzinger1. Artificial Intelligence in Warfare: Military Uses of AI and Their International Security Implications
Jean-Marc Rickli and Federico Mantellassi2. Artificial Intelligence and Technological Governance: Catalysts for Abounding National Security Risks in the Post-COVID-19 World
Tate Nurkin3. AI and Governance in Defence Innovation: Implementing an AI Ethics Framework
Cansu Canca4. European Military AI: Why Regional Approaches are Lagging Behind
Simona R. Soare5. US Governance of Artificial Intelligence for National Security: Competitive Advantage from the Moral High Ground?
Zoe Stanley-Lockman6. China's Evolving AI Development: Emergent Process Transcending Instrumentalism and Morality
Qi Haotian7. Assessing Russia's National Strategy for AI Development
Vadim Kozyulin8. Military AI Developments in Russia
Samuel Bendett9. Comparing Military AI Strategic Perspectives: Japan and South Korea
Ryo Hinata-Yamaguchi10. Australia's Approach to AI Governance in Military and Defence
Kate Devitt and Damian CopelandAbout the ContributorsIndex
Michael Raska is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Military Transformations Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.Richard A. Bitzinger is a Visiting Senior Fellow with the Military Transformations Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
"This is a must-read volume for anybody interested in understanding both the general implications of AI in the world of defence and more specific issues, including a set of in-depth country-studies illustrating what exactly different countries are doing and trying to achieve."Andrea Gilli, Senior Researcher, NATO Defence College"This book is going to become the most important roadmap on how AI is likely to shape and influence the strategically consequential militaries of the world. No one can predict how AI is going to re-engineer wars and conflicts, but the authors offer a unique peek around the corner. And Raska and Bitzinger as co-editors remain ahead of the curve."Dr. Chung Min Lee, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, University Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and Chairman of the International Advisory Council, IISS "This book provides important perspectives on different national approaches to the development of artificial intelligence that offer critical insights for current debates on the military and strategic impacts of AI." Elsa Kania, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Technology and National Security Program, Center for a New American Security