This article examines the impact that brain-computer-interfacing platforms will have on the international law of armed conflict’s respondeat superior legal regime. Major Ali argues that the connection between the human brain and this nascent technology’s underlying technology of artificial intelligence and machine learning will serve as a disruptor to the traditional mental prerequisites required to impart culpability and liability on commanders for actions of their troops. Anticipating that BCI will become increasingly ubiquitous, Major Ali’s article offers frameworks for solution to BCI’s disruptive potential to the internal law of armed conflict.
Brain-Computer-Interfacing & Respondeat Superior: Algorithmic Decisions, Manipulation, and Accountability in Armed Conflict,
Cath. U. J. L. & Tech
Available at: https://scholarship.law.edu/jlt/vol29/iss2/3
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