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Singer, Peter W. Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the Twenty-First Century, Penguin Press 2009. Print.

Works in a Collection

  1. Asaro, Peter. "How Just Could a Robot War Be?" Current Issues in Computing and Philosophy. Eds. Brey, Philip, Adam Briggle, and Katinka Waelbers. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press, 2008. 50-64. Print.
  2. Asaro, Peter, and Gerhard Dabringer. "Military Robotics and Just War Theory." Ethica Themen: Ethical and Legal Aspects of Unmaned Systems, Interviews. Ed. Dabringer, Gerhard. Vienna, Austria: Austrian Ministry of National Defence and Sports, 2010. 103-19. Print.

Journal Articles

  1. Arkin, Ronald. "Military Robotics and the Robotics Community’s Responsibility." Industrial Robot 38 (2011). Web. <>.
  2. Baileys, Michael P. "Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the Twenty-First Century." Rev. of Wired for War, by P.W. Singer. Army Lawyer May (2010): 59-64. Print.
  3. Beard, Jack M. "Law and War in the Virtual Era." American Journal of International Law 103 (2009): 409-45. Print.
  4. Dery, George. "Cyborg Moth’s War on Terror: The Fourth Amendment Implications of One of the Federal Government’s Emerging Surveillance Technologies." SMU Science and Technology Law Review 11 (2008): 227-51. Print.
  5. Marchant, Gary E., et al. "International Governance of Autonomous Military Robots." Columbia Science and Technology Review 12 (2011): 272-315. Print.
  6. McGinnis, John O. "Accelerating AI." Northwestern University Law Review 104 (2010): 1253-69. Print.
  7. Rock, Tony. "Yesterday’s Laws, Tomorrow’s Technology: The Laws of War and Unmanned Warfare." New York International Law Review 24 (2011): 39-84. Print.
  8. Rosenblatt, Franklin D. "Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the Twenty-First Century." Rev. of Wired for War, by P.W. Singer. Military Law Review 203 (2010): 381-88. Print.
  9. White, Stephen E. "Brave New World: Neurowarfare and the Limits of International Humanitarian Law." Cornell International Law Journal 41 (2008): 177-210. Print.

Government Reports

  1. Lin, Patrick, George Bekey, and Keith Abney. Autonomous Military Robotics: Risk, Ethics, and Design. San Luis Obispo, CA: California Polytechnic State University, Ethics + Emerging Sceinces Group (Prepared for US Department of Navy, Office of Naval Research), 2008. Web. <>
  2. Shay, Lisa A. Pandora's Box: Lethally-Armed Ground Robots in Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Newport, Rhode Island: Naval War College Joint Military Operations Department, 2010. Print.

Conference Proceedings

Web Sources

  1. Lin, Patrick. "Drone-Ethics Briefing: What a Leading Robot Expert Told the CIA." The Atlantic Monthly. The Atlantic Monthly Group, Dec. 15, 2011. Web. 3 Mar. 2012. <>.
  2. Madison, Mike. "Call for Papers: New Technologies, Old Law: Applying International Humanitarian Law in a New Technological Age." IP and IT Conferences. Web. 14 Feb. 2012. <>.

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