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Titre : 
Emerging technologies and international security : machines, the state and war / edited by Reuben Steff, Joe Burton and Simona R. Soare
Alphabet du titre : 
latin
Auteur(s) : 
Steff, Reuben. Éditeur scientifique
Burton, Joe (1977-....). Éditeur scientifique
Soare, Simona R.. Éditeur scientifique
Date(s) : 
2021
Langue(s) : 
anglais
Pays : 
Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Etats-Unis d'Amérique
Publication :
Description : 
1 vol. (XV-295 p.) : ill., graph., tabl. ; 24 cm
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ISBN : 
978-0-367-40739-1 (rel.). - 0-367-40739-6
EAN : 
9780367407391 (rel.)
Autre(s) numéro(s) : 
40030364420
 
Contient : 
Introduction: Machines, the State and War / Reuben Steff, Joe Burton and Simona R. Soare. - Histories of Technologies: Society, the State and the Emergence of Postmodern Warfare / Joe Burton. - Emerging Technologies and the Chinese Challenge to US Innovation Leadership / James Johnson. - Artificial Intelligence: Implications for Small States / Reuben Steff. - Artificial Intelligence and the Military Balance of Power: Interrogating the US-China Confrontation / Reuben Steff and Khusrow Abbasi. - Mitigating Accidental War: Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems and De-Escalation Strategies / Aiden Warren and Alek Hillas. - Politics in the Machine: The Political Context of Emerging Technologies, National Security and Great Power Competition / Simona R. Soare. - Inequitable Internet. Reclaiming Digital Sovereignty through the Blockchain / Andrew Colarik and MAJ Richard Wilson. - The Evolution of the Russian Way of Informatsionnaya Voyna / Sean Ainsworth. - US Grand Strategy and the Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles during the George W. Bush Administration / Francis Okpaleke and Joe Burton. - Cyber Autonomy: Automating the Hacker. - Self-healing, Self-adaptive, Automatic Cyber Defense Systems and their Impact to the Industry, Society and National Security / Ryan K. L. Ko. - The International Security Implications of 3 D Printed Firearms / Pete Cook. - Deepfakes and Synthetic Media / Curtis Barnes and Tom Barraclough. - Cyber Threat Attribution, Trust and Confidence, and the Contestability of National Security Policy / William Hoverd. - Disrupting Paradigms through New Technologies: Assessing the Potential of 'Smart' Water Points to Improve Water Security for Marginalized Communities / Nathan John Cooper. - "Just wrong", "disgusting", "grotesque": How to Deal with Public Rejection of New Potentially Life-saving Technologies / Dan Weijers. - Conclusion: Society, Security & Technology: Mapping a Fluid Relationship / Simona R. Soare
Notes : 
Textes issus de communications, présentés lors d'un symposium, tenu à l'Université de Waikato, à Hamilton, en Nouvelle-Zélande, en 2018
Annexes : 
Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
 
Résumé(s) : 
La p. de garde indique : "This book offers a multi-disciplinary analysis of emerging technologies and their impact on the new international security environment across three levels of analysis. While recent technological developments, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics and automation, have the potential to transform international relations in positive ways, they also pose challenges to peace and security and raise new ethical, legal and political questions about the use of power and the role of humans in war and conflict. This book makes a contribution to these debates by considering emerging technologies across three levels of analysis: (1) the international system (systemic level) including the balance of power; (2) the state and its role in international affairs and how these technologies are redefining and challenging the state's traditional roles; and (3) the relationship between the state and society, including how these technologies affect individuals and non-state actors. This provides specific insights at each of these levels and generates a better understanding of the connections between the international and the local when it comes to technological advance across time and space The chapters examine the implications of these technologies for the balance of power, examining the strategies of the US, Russia and China to harness AI, robotics and automation (and how their militaries and private corporations are responding); how smaller and less powerful states and non-state actors are adjusting; the political, ethical and legal implications of AI and automation; what these technologies mean for how war and power is understood and utilized in the 21st century; and how these technologies diffuse power away from the state to society, individuals and non-state actors. This volume will be of much interest to students of international security, science and technology studies, law, philosophy and International Relations."
 
 
 
Appartient à la collection : 
Routledge studies in conflict, security and technology
 
Autre(s) titre(s) : 
Machines, the state and war
 
Sujets : 
U42.5. .E64 2021
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Origine de la notice : 
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