Mobilisation internationale de chercheurs en AI contre les robots tueurs (SALA / LAWS)

Bonjour,

Je viens vous informer aujourd'hui d'une mobilisation internationale de grande importance de dizaines de milliers de chercheurs en Intelligence Artificielle et Robotique (AI) contre le développement de robots tueurs (appelés Systèmes d'Armes Létales Autonomes SALA en français et cyniquement LAWS en américain : Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems), du fait même qu'ils contreviendraient au Droit International en permettant, contre tout droit historique d'un quelconque pays, de tuer "machinalement" des individus ou des populations ciblées, sans regard ni supervision humaine, contournant toute possibilité de jugement légitime et légale.

C'est mon deuxième article sur le sujet (http://blogs.mediapart.fr/blog/bonneau-alain/190215/systemes-darmes-letales-autonomes-sala-et-non-droit-la-vie), mais pour lequel je n'ai réalisé que la traduction d'un appel international - aux politiques - afin d'instaurer un bannissement total - en est-il encore temps ? - de même que les armes chimiques et biologiques, ou les armes nucléaires postées dans l'espace ou les lasers aveuglants ont pu l'être lors de la signature de Conventions Internationales récemment.

Je vous appelle donc à signer massivement cette pétition ici (tout au bas de la très longue page de signataires) : http://futureoflife.org/AI/open_letter_autonomous_weapons#signatories

Je me suis permis de lister par organismes, villes et pays (hors Etats-Unis) les signataires à ce jour, afin de faciliter les mises en relation ou les requêtes éventuelles.

https://robotics-vo.us/node/515

 

Autonomous Weapons: an Open Letter from AI & Robotics Researchers

Submitted by RoboticsVO on July 27, 2015 - 4:45pm

Autonomous weapons select and engage targets without human intervention. They might include, for example, armed quadcopters that can search for and eliminate people meeting certain pre-defined criteria, but do not include cruise missiles or remotely piloted drones for which humans make all targeting decisions. Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has reached a point where the deployment of such systems is — practically if not legally — feasible within years, not decades, and the stakes are high: autonomous weapons have been described as the third revolution in warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear arms.

Many arguments have been made for and against autonomous weapons, for example that replacing human soldiers by machines is good by reducing casualties for the owner but bad by thereby lowering the threshold for going to battle. The key question for humanity today is whether to start a global AI arms race or to prevent it from starting. If any major military power pushes ahead with AI weapon development, a global arms race is virtually inevitable, and the endpoint of this technological trajectory is obvious: autonomous weapons will become the Kalashnikovs of tomorrow. Unlike nuclear weapons, they require no costly or hard-to-obtain raw materials, so they will become ubiquitous and cheap for all significant military powers to mass-produce. It will only be a matter of time until they appear on the black market and in the hands of terrorists, dictators wishing to better control their populace, warlords wishing to perpetrate ethnic cleansing, etc. Autonomous weapons are ideal for tasks such as assassinations, destabilizing nations, subduing populations and selectively killing a particular ethnic group. We therefore believe that a military AI arms race would not be beneficial for humanity. There are many ways in which AI can make battlefields safer for humans, especially civilians, without creating new tools for killing people.

Just as most chemists and biologists have no interest in building chemical or biological weapons, most AI researchers have no interest in building AI weapons — and do not want others to tarnish their field by doing so, potentially creating a major public backlash against AI that curtails its future societal benefits. Indeed, chemists and biologists have broadly supported international agreements that have successfully prohibited chemical and biological weapons, just as most physicists supported the treaties banning space-based nuclear weapons and blinding laser weapons.

In summary, we believe that AI has great potential to benefit humanity in many ways, and that the goal of the field should be to do so. Starting a military AI arms race is a bad idea, and should be prevented by a ban on offensive autonomous weapons beyond meaningful human control.

This open letter was officially announced at the opening of the IJCAI 2015 conference on July 28.
Hosting, signature verification and list management are supported by Future of Life Institute; for administrative questions about this letter, please contact tegmark@mit.edu.

List of signatories

http://futureoflife.org/AI/open_letter_autonomous_weapons#signatories

Traduction française (AB)

Les armes autonomes choisissent et frappent des cibles sans intervention humaine. Elles pourraient inclure, par exemple, des quadricopters armés qui peuvent rechercher et éliminer les personnes qui répondent à certains critères prédéfinis, mais ne pas comprendre les missiles de croisière ou les drones téléguidés pour lesquels les humains prennent toutes les décisions de ciblage. La technologie d'Intelligence artificielle (AI) a atteint un point où le déploiement de tels systèmes est — pratiquement sinon juridiquement — réalisable dans quelques années, et non pas dans quelques décades et les enjeux sont élevés : les armes autonomes ont été décrites comme la troisième révolution dans la pratique de la guerre, après la poudre et les armes nucléaires.

Beaucoup d'arguments ont été développés pour et contre les armes autonomes, par exemple celui-ci : il est bon de remplacer les soldats humains par des machines car cela réduit les pertes humaines pour le propriétaire, mais mauvais car il abaisse ainsi le niveau d'entrée en guerre. La question-clé pour l'humanité aujourd'hui est de décider s'il faut commencer une course aux armements d'intelligence artificielle (AI) globale ou l'empêcher de commencer. Si des monopoles de pouvoir militaire continuent de prôner le développement d'armes AI, une course aux armements globale sera pratiquement inévitable et le point final de cette trajectoire technologique est évident : les armes autonomes deviendront les Kalashnikov de demain.À la différence des armes nucléaires, elles n'exigent aucune matière première coûteuse ou difficile à obtenir et deviendront donc des produits courants omniprésents et bon marché pour tout pouvoir militaire de quelque importance. Ce ne sera qu'une question de temps pour qu'elles apparaissent sur le marché noir et dans les mains de terroristes, de dictateurs voulant mieux contrôler leur population, de seigneurs de la guerre voulant commettre un nettoyage ethnique, etc.

Les armes autonomes sont idéales pour des tâches telles qu'assassiner, déstabiliser des nations, soumettre des populations ou tuer sélectivement un groupe ethnique particulier.

Pour ces raisons, nous croyons donc qu'une course aux armements d'AI ne serait pas bénéfique pour l'humanité. Il y a beaucoup de domaines où l'AI peut rendre des champs de bataille plus sûrs pour les humains, surtout les civils, sans créer de nouveaux outils pour tuer les gens.

De même que la plupart des chimistes et biologistes n'ont aucun intérêt à construire des armes biologiques ou chimiques, la plupart des chercheurs AI n'ont aucun intérêt à construire des armes AI — et ne veulent pas que d'autres ternissent leur spécialité en faisant ainsi, en générant potentiellement d'importantes répercussions publiques opposées à l'AI qui réduiraient ses avantages sociétaux futurs.

Les chimistes et les biologistes ont en effet soutenu largement les accords internationaux qui ont interdit avec succès des armes biologiques et chimiques, de même que la plupart des physiciens ont soutenu les traités interdisant les armes nucléaires postées dans l'espace et les armes à laser aveuglantes.

En résumé, nous croyons qu'AI a un grand potentiel pour apporter des profits nombreux à l'humanité et que le but de cette discipline devrait être de faire en sorte. Commencer une course aux armements d'AI militaire est une mauvaise idée qui devrait être anticipé par une interdiction des armes autonomes offensives par-delà un contrôle humain significatif.

On a annoncé officiellement cette lettre ouverte lors de l'ouverture de la conférence de 2015 IJCAI le 28 juillet.

Par son hébergement, l'Institut Future of Life assure la vérification des signatures et la gestion de liste ; pour les questions administratives relatives à cette lettre, veuillez contacter tegmark@mit.edu .

 

The 16871 Open Letter Signatories Include:

14408 Other Endorsers:
2463 AI/Robotics Researcher Signatories:

Stephen Hawking Director of research at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge, 2012 Fundamental Physics Prize laureate for his work on quantum gravity
Elon Reeve Musk SpaceX, Tesla, Solar City
Steve Wozniak, Apple Inc., Co-founder, member of IEEE CS
Jaan Tallinn co-founder of Skype, CSER and FLI
Frank Wilczek MIT, Professor of Physics, Nobel Laureate for his work on the strong nuclear force
Max Tegmark MIT, Professor of Physics, co-founder of FLI

 

CNRS

Rachid Alami, LAAS-CNRS, Univ. of Toulouse, Directeur de Recherche CNRS, member of IEEE RAS

Ismaeel Al Najar, LAAS-CNRS / ENSEEIHT, Graduate Student, member of LAAS-CNRS

Ahmad Al Bitar, CNRS, Researcher

Faiz Ben Amar, Université Pierre et Marie Curie UPMC - ISIR - CNRS, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics

Pierre Bessière, CNRS - Sorbonne University, AI and Cognitive Science Researcher

Arthur Bit-Monnot, LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse, France, AI PhD student

Sébastien Briot, CNRS / IRCCyN UMR 6597, CNRS researcher

Thomas Burger, CNRS, Researcher in AI and in machine learning

Justin Carpentier, LAAS-CNRS, PhD Student in Robotics

Raja Chatila, CNRS, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris., Resercher in Robotics and AI, member of AAAI, ACM, IEEE CS, IEEE RAS, President IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (Disclaimer: my views represent my own)

Alexandre Coninx, CNRS, Research Associate

Antoine Cully, ISIR-UPMC/CNRS, Phd-Candidate in AI and Robotics, member of ACM

Andrea Del Prete, LAAS-CNRS, Post-doc, member of IEEE RAS

Emmanuel Didiot, CNRS, Research Engineer

Gamal Elghazaly, Department of Robotics, LIRMM-CNRS, Uinversity of Montpellier, PhD Student, member of IEEE RAS

Malik Ghallab, LAAS-CNRS, University of Toulouse, France, Directeur de recherche, ECCAI Fellow, member of AAAI

Paolo Robuffo Giordano, CNRS, France, Researcher in Robotics, member of IEEE RAS

Benoît Girard, Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Université Pierre & Marie Curie (UPMC), Researcher in Robotics & Computational Neuroscience

David Antonio Gomez Jauregui, CNRS, Computer Science Researcher

Christophe Gonzales, University Pierre and Marie Curie, LIP6, CNRS, Professor of computer science

Bertrand Guenet, CNRS, Junior scientist in environmental sciences

Jean-Paul Herman, CNRS, Researcher in Neurobiology

Nathanael Jarrassé, CNRS - UMR 7222 Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics. Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, Tenured Researcher in Robotics, member of IEEE RAS

Mehdi Khamassi, CNRS / UPMC, Tenured Research Scientist

Christophe Labbez, CNRS, researcher in physical chemistry

Jean-Paul Laumond, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse Univ., France, Directeur de Recherche, IEEE Fellow, IEEE RAS Member

Emiliano Lorini, IRIT-CNRS, France, AI Researcher

Carlos Maestre, CNRS, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris., Researcher in Robotics, AI and Robotics PHD student, member of IEEE CIS, IEEE RAS

Nicolas Marchand, CNRS, Researcher in autonomous flying robots, member of IEEE Control System Society

Pierre Marquis, Université d'Artois, CRIL, CNRS, Professor of Computer Science, ECCAI Fellow

Claire Mathieu, CNRS and École Normale Supérieure, Research director of Computer Science

Pierre-Alexandre Mattei, CNRS, Université Paris Descartes, PhD student

Romain Michalec, Georgia Institute of Technology - CNRS, Postdoctoral Researcher in Robotics

Joseph Mirabel, LAAS-CNRS, PhD candidate

Andreas Orthey, LAAS-CNRS, Graduate Student Robot Motion Planning, member of IEEE RAS

Vincent Padois, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique, UMR CNRS 7222, Associate Professor of Robotics, member of IEEE RAS

David Picard, ENSEA - CNRS UMR 8051, Associate Professor of Computer Science, member of IEEE CS

Campos Pinto Martin, CNRS, Paris 6 University, Associate researcher in Applied Mathematics

Alexandre Ravet, LAAS-CNRS, PhD Student, member of IEEE RAS

Franck Ruffier, CNRS - Aix-Marseille University, CNRS Research Scientist in Biorobotics, member of IEEE RAS

Gérard Sabah, CNRS, Directeur de recherche, ECCAI Fellow

Guilhem Saurel, LAAS-CNRS, Robotics PhD Student

Nicolas Schmidt, CNRS, PhD student, member of AAAI

Michele Sebag, CNRS, Senior Researcher, ECCAI Fellow

Daniel Sidobre, LAAS-CNRS, Maître de conférences, Université Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier

Olivier Stasse, LAAS-CNRS, Senior Researcher/Directeur de recherche, member of IEEE RAS

Alexis Tsoukiàs, CNRS - LAMSADE, Université Paris Dauphine, LAMSADE director

Jules Waldhart, LAAS, CNRS France, PhD Student

 

ENS & Lyon

Frederike Alwes, ENS Lyon

Alexandre Aussem, University of Lyon, Professor

Arthur Carcano, ENS, Computer Science Student

Thierry Dumont, Université of Lyon 1, France, Mathematician, PHD., member of SMAI (French Sty for Applied Maths)

Sira Ferradans, ENS ULM Paris, Researcher

Nathan Guignard, ECAM Lyon, Mechanical Engineer

Alberto Lumbreras, Université Lyon 2 & Technicolor, Machine Learning grad student

Olivier Simonin, INRIA & INSA de Lyon, CITI Lab., Professor of Computer Science, member of IEEE RAS

 

Mines-Telecom

Philippe Beaune, Institut Mines-Telecom, Mines de Saint-Etienne, Associate Professor of Computer Science, member of AFIA

Bogdan-Ionut Cirstea, Institut Mines-Telecom, Telecom ParisTech, PhD Candidate, Deep Learning

Lguensat Redouane, Mines-Telecom Institute, PhD student in Information technologies

 

 

Orange

Nicolas de Cordes, VP Marketing Anticipation, Orange

 

Auvergne

Antoine Gravière, Université d'Auvergne - Lycée Lafayette, Student in Maths,Physics and engineering science

Adrien Wohrer, Université d'Auvergne, Researcher in Neuroscience

 

Paris

Fredrik Allenmark, Université Paris Descartes, Postdoctoral researcher in Cognitive Neuroscience

Jonas Assuli, Polytech Paris UPMC, Robotics grad student

Jamal Atif, Université Paris Dauphine, Professor of Computer Science

Aravindraj Bakthavatchalam, Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics, UPMC - Paris, Design and Development Engineer

Hermès Bélusca-Maïto, Laboratoire de Physique Théorique, Université Paris-Sud 11, Orsay (France), PhD Student

Pierre-Marie Bonnaud, CELSA (Paris Sorbonne), Digital communication student

Brett Paris, Physics Engineering student

Juliana Buschinelli, University of Sao Paulo, Essec Paris

Marc Champesme, LIPN, Université Paris 13, Professor of Computer Science

Alexandre Combe, West Paris University, Undergraduate student in aeronautics and space engineering

Alexandra Ivanovitch, Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity, Paris, Research Fellow

Mohamed Khalil Labidi, Paris Dauphine University, PhD Student in Computer Science

Marie Kuhlmann, Socio-historienne, Paris, France

Mathieu Lefort, Paris Sud university, Post doc in AI and developmental robotics

Pascal Morin, Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics. Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, Head of the RTE-UPMC Research Chair on Autonomous Mini-Drone

Gilles Moyse, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, Phd Student, member of IEEE CIS

Fabio Pietrucci, Sorbonne Universités, Paris, Assistant Professor of Physics

Gabriella Pigozzi, LAMSADE - Université Paris-Dauphine, Associate Professor

Jean-François Perrot, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, Emeritus Professor of Computer Science, member of AFIA (Association Française pour l'Intelligence Artificielle)

Adrien Revault d'Allonnes, LIASD, Université Paris 8, Lecturer in Computer Science, member of IEEE CIS

Lamine Sarr, University Paris Descartes, PhD Student in Information Technology Ethics

Pierre Saurel, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Professor of Computer Science, member of IEEE CS

Henry Soldano, LION, Université Paris Nord, France, Professor of Computer Science

Alexis Tsoukiàs, CNRS - LAMSADE, Université Paris Dauphine, LAMSADE director

Ventos, LRI Paris South, Associate professor of computer science

 

Bordeaux

Benjamin Clement, INRIA Bordeaux, R&D Engineer

Matthieu Lapeyre, Inria Bordeaux Sud Ouest, Robotic researcher

Laurent Simon, Bordeaux INP / LaBRi, Professor of Computer Science

 

Montpellier

Andrea Cherubini, Université de Montpellier / LIRMM, Associate Professor, member of IEEE RAS

Gamal Elghazaly, Department of Robotics, LIRMM-CNRS, Uinversity of Montpellier, PhD Student, member of IEEE RAS

Joël Quinqueton, LIRMM, Montpellier, France, Professor of Computer Science, member of ECCAI

 

Marseille

Leandre Varennes, Aix Marseille university / Imperial College, phd

Eric Würbel, Aix-Marseille University (France), Assistant Professor of Computer Science

 

Compiègne

Antoine Jeannot, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Computer Science Student

Philippe Xu, Heudiasyc laboratory, Université de technologie de Compiègne, Associate professor of Computer Science

 

Allemagne

Alexander Bechtler, HFBP Rechtsanwälte, Ideenwelt Gesundheitsmarkt, dbp-Gruppe Deutschland, Unternehmer, Rechtsanwalt, Fachanwalt für Medizinrecht

Christoph Benzmüller, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, Privatdozent and Heisenberg Fellow of the German Research Foundation (DFG), member of Gesellschaft für Informatik, Deutscher Hochschulverband, Association for Automated Reasoning, Deutsche Vereinigung für Mathematische Logik und für Grundlagenforschung der Exakten Wissenschaften, Kurt Gödel Gesellschaft, Scandinavian Logic Society

Duygu Damar, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Senior Research Fellow

Jan Kallisch, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Science; Göttingen, Germany, PhD student (planetology)

Dr. Chris Rapson, Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Tokamak control systems researcher

Ludovic Righetti, Max-Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Research Scientist, member of IEEE RAS

Christian Roden, DPG - Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, physics student

Michael Schober, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, PhD student

Bernhard Schölkopf, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Director, member of ACM, IEEE CIS, IMLS board & NIPS board

Ahmet Fatih Tabak, Max-Planck-Institute for Intelligent Systems, Postdoctoral Fellow, member of IEEE RAS

 

Espagne

Amparo Alonso-Betanzos, University of A Coruña, Spain, Professor of Artificial Intelligence, member of ACM, IEEE CIS, IEEE CS, Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence- AEPIA

Antonio Arauzo-Azofra, University of Córdoba (Spain), Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

Josep Lluis Arcos, IIIA-CSIC, Spain, Researcher, member of ECCAI

Jose Luis Blanco-Claraco, Engineering Department, University of Almeria (Spain), Associate Professor

Roberto Carballedo, Engineering Faculty, University of Deusto (Spain), Lecturer of Computer Science

JosuKa Díaz-Labrador, University of Deusto, Spain, Associate Professor of Computer Science, member of ACM

Alberto Fernández, University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain, Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence

Antoni Ferraté Casas, RO-BOTICA.com, Telecom Engineer & AI Roboticist, member of IEEE RAS, CEA - IFR (Spain)

Sofyan Iblisdir, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Félix de la Paz López, UNED, Spain, Associate Professor of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Jesús Neira Piñeiro, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain, Spanish Journalist, Digital Revolution researcher

Arturo Ribes Sanz, IIIA-CSIC (Spain), Research Assistant

M. Felisa Verdejo, UNED, Spain, Professor of Computer Science, ECCAI Fellow, member of AEPIA (Spanish AI Society)

 

Royaume-Uni

Rhys Allardice, University of Glasgow, Student of Computer Science

Geraint Bevan, Glasgow Caledonian University, Lecturer in Applied Instrumentation and Control, member of IET InstMC

Robin Geiss, University of Glasgow, Professor of International Law and Security

Andrei Masca, University of Glasgow, Computing Science student

Richard Reeve, University of Glasgow, Former AI Research Fellow

Jay Young, The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, Research Fellow in Intelligent Robotics, member of AAAI

 

Italie

Francesco Amigoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, member of AAAI, ACM, IEEE RAS

Giuliana Bergami, University of Milan, Italy

Enrico Blanzieri, University of Trento, Italy, Professor of Computer Science, member of AI*IA

Andrea Calanca, University of Verona - Italy, Post Doc, member of IEEE member

Maria Chiara Carrozza, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy, Professor of Robotics and Member of Italian Parliament

Ciro Castiello, University of Bari (Italy), Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department

Roldano Cattoni, FBK, Trento, Italy, Researcher in Computer Science

Pierfilippo D'Alessandro, CINECA (Italy's #1 Supercomputing Consortium), Software Engineer

Giuseppe De Giacomo, Sapienza Universita' di Roma, Italy, Professor of Computer Science, ECCAI Fellow, member of AAAI, ACM

Ivan Donadello, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy, AI PhD Student

Charalampos Doukas, CREATE-NET, Italy, Senior Researcher, member of IEEE CS, IEEE RAS

Darari Fariz, Free University of Bolzano, Italy, PhD Student

Davide Giovanelli, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy, PhD student

Antonio Lieto, University of Turin and ICAR-CNR, Italy, AI and Cognitive Science Researcher, member of AAAI, ACM

Daniele L R Marini, University of Milano, Italy, Professor of Computer Science, retired, member of IEEE CS

Andrea Micheli, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy, AI PhD Student, member of AAAI

Fiorella Operto, School of Robotics in Italy, dr

Antonio Piccinno, University of Bari - Italy, Professor of Computer Science, member of ACM

Mohammed Qwaider, FBK, Trento, Italy., Researcher in Computer Science

Elio Salvadori, CREATE-NET Research Center - Trento, Italy, Research Director, member of IEEE Communication Society

Roberto Sebastiani, DISI, University of Trento, Italy, Professor in Computer Science

Guglielmo Tamburrini, Universita' di Napoli Federico II, Naples, Italy, Professor of philosophy of science and technology

Bilal Ur Rehman, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT). Via Morego, 30 16163 Genova, Italy, PhD student Robot Designer

Roberto Zamparelli, University of Trento, Italy, Professor of Linguistics

 

Inde

Naveen Aggarwal, Panjab University, Chandigarh, INDIA, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, member of ACM, IEEE

Ankit Bachhawat, India, Software Engineer, member of ACM

Avinash Baliyan, ALSTOM ENERGY INDIA LTD., Research Engineer

Bijoy Basant Patro, OneWorld Foundation India, Director

Prabhu Guptara, William Carey University, India, Distinguished Professor of Global Business, Management and Public Policy

Akhilesh Jayaram, University Of Mysore, India, Student (physics) and researcher

Sunil Kalra, Indian Angel Network, early stage investor

Pinaki Mitra, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Nachiappan, Alumni of National Institute of Technology Calicut (India), Software Developer

Utkarsh Ray, Mathematics and Computing PostGrad student at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Vikram Vincent, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, PhD scholar, member of IEEE CS

 

Japon

Eur Ing. Noel C. Byrne, Senior Member IEEE, Member Institute of Electrical Engineers Japan, Member Institute of Physics (London), Entrepreneur, Software Systems Engineer (EUR ING FEANI), member of Institute of Electrical Engineers, Japan (Electronics, Information and Systems society), SM.IEEE

Randy Bush, Internet Initiative Japan, Research Fellow, member of ACM, IEEE CS

Stephane Caron, University of Tokyo, Robotics grad student, member of Robotics Society of Japan (RSJ)

Neo Ee Sian, Intellectual Ventures, Specialist, member of IEEE RAS, Robotics Society of Japan

Yuki Furuta, University of Tokyo, Robotics grad student, member of Robotics Society of Japan (RSJ)

Masumi Kudoh, ALPH Co. Ltd., Japan, CEO

Yoshihiko Nakamura, University of Tokyo, Professor of Mechano-Informatics, member of IEEE RAS, Fellow of IEEE, and Fellow of Robotics Society of Japan

Hirokazu Osako, Tsuru University, Japan, Professor of Internatioanal Education Department

 

Human Rights

Stephen Goose Director of Human Rights Watch's Arms Division

Illia Lahunou, Human Rights Defender

Phil Booth, medConfidential, Human Rights campaigner

Nell Okie, Human Rights Activist

Mike Karst, Amnesty International, Student

Alain Bonneau, Amnesty France Member, Attentive citizen about human rights

 

Divers

Ribbens Pierre, air traffic ingineer

Lucrezia Ricciardulli, Remote Sensing Systems, Atmospheric Scientist

Michiel Jenniskens, AI Philosophy, Founder OpenCeilings

 

États-Unis

très nombreux signataires (cf. http://futureoflife.org/AI/open_letter_autonomous_weapons#signatories )

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