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Pentagon Advisory Board Releases Principles for Ethical Use of Artificial Intelligence in Warfare

Hoping to prepare for what many see as a coming revolution in artificial intelligence-enabled weaponry ― and convince a skeptical public that it can apply such innovations responsibly ― the U.S. military is taking early steps to define the ethical boundaries for how it will use such systems.

On Thursday, a Pentagon advisory organization called the Defense Innovation Board published a set of ethical principles for how military agencies should design AI-enabled weapons and apply them on the battlefield.

The board’s recommendations are in no way legally binding. It now falls to the Pentagon to determine how and whether to proceed with them.

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