China has told a UN conference on weapons that all countries should comply with humanitarian laws and observe ethical norms when developing artificial intelligence weapons or considering AI warfare. Photo: Shutterstock
China has told a UN conference on weapons that all countries should comply with humanitarian laws and observe ethical norms when developing artificial intelligence weapons or considering AI warfare. Photo: Shutterstock

Time to set global rules for AI warfare, China tells UN weapons review

  • Beijing envoy to UN presented China’s position paper on military AI at the Sixth Review Conference of the UN Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons
  • Li Song says China opposes use of AI ‘to seek absolute military superiority and to undermine the sovereignty and territorial security of other countries’

Topic |   China's military
China has told a UN conference on weapons that all countries should comply with humanitarian laws and observe ethical norms when developing artificial intelligence weapons or considering AI warfare. Photo: Shutterstock
China has told a UN conference on weapons that all countries should comply with humanitarian laws and observe ethical norms when developing artificial intelligence weapons or considering AI warfare. Photo: Shutterstock
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