Navigating technological convergence: does the international community need new norms on Cyber and AI? / The role of norms in AI cyberconflict - Possible gaps in international frameworks and regulations
Chris Meserole (Brooking Institute)
Giacomo Persi Paoli (UNIDIR)
Existing international frameworks already provide for certain norms that are applicable for AI: the UNESCO ethics on AI, guiding principles for LAWS, OECD AI principles. In addition, as AI will become increasingly embedded in cyber operations, it will eventually fall under the UN normative framework on responsible use by of ICT’s. How are these frameworks linked? Can they be more aligned? Does the international community need additional norms given the specific characteristics of AI?
State- and non-state actors alike will increasingly use AI in their defensive and offensive cyber capabilities. Furthermore the increased use of AI-systems in critical infrastructure is bound to increase vulnerability.
Are the current frameworks and norms sufficient to combat these threats? How do current international processes and regulations work together, and do we see gaps we need to address in the (near) future?
How do we translate this to an additional call to action?
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