Matthijs M. Maas
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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Defense: Strategic Implications for Small-and Medium-Sized Force Providers
S De Spiegeleire, M Maas, T Sweijs
The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, 2017
60*2017
Long-term trajectories of human civilization
SD Baum, S Armstrong, T Ekenstedt, O Häggström, R Hanson, ...
foresight, 2019
232019
Governing Boring Apocalypses: A new typology of existential vulnerabilities and exposures for existential risk research
HY Liu, KC Lauta, MM Maas
Futures 102, 6-19, 2018
152018
How viable is international arms control for military artificial intelligence? Three lessons from nuclear weapons
MM Maas
Contemporary Security Policy 40 (3), 285-311, 2019
122019
Innovation-Proof Global Governance for Military Artificial Intelligence?
MM Maas
Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 10 (1), 129-157, 2019
72019
International Law Does Not Compute: Artificial Intelligence and the Development, Displacement or Destruction of the Global Legal Order
MM Maas
Melbourne Journal of International Law 20 (1), 29-56, 2019
72019
Regulating for 'Normal AI Accidents': Operational Lessons for the Responsible Governance of Artificial Intelligence Deployment
MM Maas
Proceedings of the 2018 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society, 223-228, 2018
4*2018
Strategic monitor 2014: four strategic challenges
J Van Esch, F Bekkers, S De Spiegeleire, T Sweijs, E Chivot, JH Galdiga, ...
The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, 2014
42014
Artificial intelligence and crime: A primer for criminologists
KJ Hayward, MM Maas
Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, 2020
22020
Should Artificial Intelligence Governance be Centralised? Design Lessons from History
P Cihon, MM Maas, L Kemp
Proceedings of the AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society, 228-234, 2020
22020
UN High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation: A Proposal for International AI Governance
L Kemp, P Cihon, MM Maas, H Belfield, S Ó hÉigeartaigh, J Leung, ...
12019
Two Lessons from Nuclear Arms Control for the Responsible Governance of Military Artificial Intelligence.
MM Maas
Robophilosophy/TRANSOR, 347-356, 2018
12018
Balancing on the brink: Vulnerability of states in the Middle East and North Africa
M Gehem, P Marten, M Maas, M Schellekens
The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, 2014
12014
The Machiavelli Code: JH Hexter’s Analysis of ‘Lo Stato’in Relation to Problems of Meaning in the History of Ideas
M Maas
12013
Apocalypse Now?: Initial Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic for the Governance of Existential and Global Catastrophic Risks
HY Liu, K Lauta, M Maas
Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 1 (aop), 1-16, 2020
2020
Roadmap to a Roadmap: How Could We Tell When AGI is a ‘Manhattan Project’ Away?
JC Levin, MM Maas
Evaluating Progress in AI 2020 (EPAI2020), 2020
2020
Consultation on the White Paper on AI – a European approach
H Belfield, J Hernández-Orallo, S Ó hÉigeartaigh, MM Maas, A Hagerty, ...
https://www.cser.ac.uk/news/response-european-commissions-consultation-ai/, 2020
2020
Crossing the gulf between ‘near-term’ and ‘long-term’ AI policy: Towards an ‘Incompletely Theorized Agreement’
C Stix, M Maas
2020
Beyond Killer Robots: Networked Artificial Intelligence Systems Disrupting the Battlefield?
HY Liu, L Van Rompaey, MM Maas
Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 10 (1), 77-88, 2019
2019
‘Solving for X?’ Towards a problem-finding framework that grounds long-term governance strategies for artificial intelligence
HY Liu, M Maas
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