Al, Human-Machine Interaction, and Autonomous Weapons: Thinking Carefully About Taking 'Killer Robots' Seriously [open pdf - 12MB]
From the Document: "This second in the T [T family is comprised of the Bureau of Arms Control Verification and Compliance, the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation and the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs] series of papers offers thoughts on the public policy challenges presented by the prospect of Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS). In this paper, Assistant Secretary Ford offers his perspective upon these issues, urging readers not to be seduced by sensationalized simplifications, and calling for careful, sustained attention to the complexities they raised - such as through the work already being done by the LAWS Group of Governmental Experts."
U.S. Department of State: https://www.state.gov/
Arms Control and International Security Papers (April 20, 2020), v.1 no.2