12 Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev. 272 (2011)
International Governance of Autonomous Military Robots

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INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE OF AUTONOMOUS MILITARY ROBOTS
Gary E. Marchant, Braden Allenby, Ronald Arkin, Edward T. Barrett, Jason Borenstein,
Lyn M. Gaudet, Orde Kittrie, Patrick Lin, George R. Lucas, Richard O'Meara, Jared
Silberman'
New technologies have always been a critical component of
military strategy and preparedness. One new technology on the not-too-
1 The authors of are members of the Autonomous Robotics thrust group of the Consortium
on Emerging Technologies, Military Operations, and National Security (CETMONS), a multi-
institutional organization dedicated to providing the basis for the ethical, rational, and responsible
understanding and management of the complex set of issues raised by emerging technologies and
their use in military operations, as well as their broader implications for national security. Gary
Marchant is the Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies, Law & Ethics and Executive
Director of the Center for Law, Science & Innovation at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of
Law, Arizona State University. Braden Allenby is the Lincoln Professor of Engineering and
Ethics at Arizona State University and the Founding Chair of CETMONS. Ronald Arkin is the
Regents' Professor, College of Computing, the Director of College of Computing Mobile Robot
Laboratory and the Associate Dean for Research at Georgia Institute of Technology. Edward T.
Barrett is the Director of Research at the U.S. Naval Academy's Stockdale Center for Ethical
Leadership and an ethics professor in the Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law. Jason
Bornstein is the Director of Graduate Research Ethics Programs and co-Director of the Center for
Ethics and Technology at Georgia Institute of Technology. Lyn M. Gaudet is the Research
Director of the Center for Law, Science & Innovation at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of
Law, Arizona State University. Orde Kittrie is the Director of the Washington D.C. Program for
the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University. Patrick Lin is an Assistant
Professor, Department of Philosophy, California Polytechnic State University. George R. Lucas
is the Class of 1984 Distinguished Chair in Ethics in the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership
at the United States Naval Academy and a Professor of Ethics and Public Policy at the Graduate
School of Public Policy at the Naval Postgraduate School. Richard M. O'Meara is a retired
Brigadier General, USA, former Fellow Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, USNA, and
Adjunct Faculty in Global Affairs, Rutgers University. Jared Silberman is Associate Counsel for
Arms Control and International Law at the United States Navy Office of Strategic Systems
Programs (SSP) in Washington, DC.
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