A day conference of workshops, discussion and debate on the impact new technologies
will have on future conflicts – and the challenges facing peace activists.
While terrible wars currently rage in Ukraine, Yemen, Ethiopia and elsewhere, preparations for future wars using new technologies is also underway.
New technology can be a spur for great social change, offering tremendous possibilities. However, innovations in artificial intelligence, robotics, autonomous systems and biotechnology are also being used in the military and security realms in ways which will directly and indirectly affect global peace and security. Scrutiny of these developments and building towards peaceful ways to solve political conflicts in ways which do not threaten people and the environment is crucial.
This open public conference organised by Drone Wars and CND will bring together expert speakers and campaigners to discuss these developments and debate how we can work together to challenge wars today and in the future.
Supported by Scientists for Global Responsibility, UK Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, Peace News and others.