This report presents the conclusions of a one-year mapping study on the development
of autonomy in weapon systems. It is intended to provide diplomats and members of
civil society interested in the issue of lethal autonomous weapon systems (LAWS) with
a better understanding of  the technological foundations of autonomy; the state
of autonomy in existing weapon systems;  the drivers of, and obstacles to, further
increasing autonomy in weapon systems; and  the innovation ecosystems behind
the advance of autonomy in weapon systems.

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