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Law and the Future of War

UQ Law and the Future of War

Through conversation with experts in technology, law and military affairs, this series explores how new military technology and international law interact. Produced by Dr Lauren Sanders at The University of Queensland School of Law.
Episodes
Drone visual, labels and cognitive bias in targeting operations and military fact finding - Shiri KrebsAugust 11, 2022 Episode artwork International Criminal Law and Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems: autonomy and accountability - Marta BoJuly 28, 2022 Episode artwork Businesses and IHL - Fauve Kurnadi and Jonathan Kolieb July 14, 2022 Episode artwork Regulating AI and the limits of war - Simon ChestermanJune 30, 2022 Episode artwork War Algorithms - Dustin LewisJune 16, 2022 Episode artwork What is quantum technology and why will it change the future? - Warwick BowenJune 02, 2022 Episode artwork AI and its role in facilitating targeting operations - Hitoshi NasuMay 19, 2022 Episode artwork War Lawyers - Craig JonesMay 05, 2022 Episode artwork Keeping the Peace in Cyberspace - Samuel WhiteApril 21, 2022 Episode artwork War gaming with new technologies - Scott RoachApril 07, 2022 Episode artwork Educating the military through wargaming and computer games - Jo Brick March 24, 2022 Episode artwork Special Episode: UQ POLSIS Panel Flashpoint: War in Ukraine - Seb Kaempf, Sarah Teitt, Andrew Phillips, Christian Reus-Smit and Lauren SandersMarch 22, 2022 Episode artwork Special episode: Macquarie CEL Webinar - Protection of the natural environment in times of armed conflict: Ukraine - Eve MassinghamMarch 19, 2022 Episode artwork Drones and the fourth wave: how drones have impacted the global order - Paul LushenkoMarch 10, 2022 Episode artwork Facial recognition technology and the law in Australia - Professor Ed SantowFebruary 24, 2022 Episode artwork What will 2022 bring? Drones, geopolitics and the year ahead - John BlaxlandFebruary 10, 2022 Episode artwork Legal review of autonomous weapons - Damian CopelandJanuary 27, 2022 Episode artwork Facial recognition and occupation law - Rohan TalbotJanuary 13, 2022 Episode artwork Australia in space - Tristan MossDecember 23, 2021 Episode artwork Mitigating harm to civilian populations and critical infrastructure in urban warfare - Abby Zeith and Michael TalhamiDecember 09, 2021 Episode artwork Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War - Samuel MoynNovember 25, 2021 Episode artwork What art can tell us about new digital technologies - Anna BriersNovember 11, 2021 Episode artwork What space law can tell us about international law - Cris van EijkOctober 28, 2021 Episode artwork Operational, Political and Legal Implications of AUKUS - David Nicholls, Matt McDonald and Monique Cormier October 14, 2021 Episode artwork Precautions in defending digital infrastructure - Eve MassinghamSeptember 30, 2021 Episode artwork