Panel at REAIM 2023 Summit
On 16 February 2023, Senior Fellow Dennis Broeders hosted and moderated a panel on regulating irresponsible AI in cyber operations during the REAIM 2023 summit in The Hague.
The REAIM (Responsible AI in the Military Domain) Summit took place on 15 and 16 February 2023 at the World Forum in The Hague, organized by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defence in cooperation with South Korea. The conference attracted around 2000 delegates from governments, businesses, civil society organisations, academia and think tanks.
The Hague Program on International Cyber Security hosted the panel How to regulate irresponsible AI in cyber operations, with panelists Kerstin Vignard (Research Scholar for Science Diplomacy and Tech Policy in the Institute for Assured Autonomy and Senior Analyst at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab), Marietje Schaake (International Policy Director at Stanford University Cyber Policy Center) and Tal Mimran (Academic Director of the International Law Forum and the Research Director at the Federmann Cyber Security Research Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem). During this panel, they discussed questions such as: What are the (possible) uses of AI in military cyber operations that would be considered outside of the scope of legitimate use, and is it possible or feasible to develop a framework of responsible state behavior around the spread and use of such AI applications?