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Autonomy has become a military priority both for R&D and active deployment. However, there are concerns that future autonomous weapon systems might not be safely controlled. Ben Koppelman explains these concerns by exploring how future systems would challenge fundamental norms that govern current systems, especially the need to facilitate compliance with international humanitarian law. The article also considers how to tackle these challenges if these future systems are to be deployed safely.
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