Robot Rules: Episode 4: Judge James Baker Discusses Artificial Intelligence and the Law of War

42 Min Listen By: Theodore Claypoole

Judge James Baker, current Director for The Institute of National Security and Counterterrorism at Syracuse U. College of Law and former Chief Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces meets with Ted Claypoole to discuss artificial intelligence and the law of war, including international regulation of autonomous killing machines. Judge Baker talks about his 8 point of AI application to national security for policy makers, such as the strengths and weaknesses of AI for military and security functions, the centaur’s dilemma for machine-enabled humans, and how AI amplifies the current pathologies in national security decision making.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Atlanta, GA

Theodore Claypoole

As a Partner of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, Ted leads the firm’s IP Transaction Team, as well as the Data Privacy and CyberSecurity Team. Ted manages information…

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