Chapter 1 Artificial Intelligence and the Future Global Security Environment; Yvonne R. Masakowski, Ph.D., US Naval War College, Newport, RI
Chapter 2. Artificially Intelligent Techniques for the Diffusion and Adoption of Innovation for Crisis Situations; Thomas C. Choinski, Ph.D. (Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI)
Chapter 3. Something Old, Something New: The Just War Tradition and Artificial Intelligence (AI); Timothy J. Demy, Th.D., Ph.D., US Naval War College, Newport, RI
Chapter 4. Space War and AI Keith A. Abney, Ph.D., Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group; California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo, CA.
Chapter 5. Building an Artificial Conscience: Prospects for Morally Autonomous Artificial Intelligence; William D. Casebeer, Director, The Innovation Laboratory, Beyond Conflict International
Chapter 6. Artificial Intelligence and Ethical Dilemmas Involving Privacy; James J. Peltz, Dr. -Ing. and Anita C. Street, MPH, U.S. Department of Energy
Chapter 7 Artificial Intelligence and Moral Reasoning: Shifting Moral Responsibility in War?; Pauline Shanks Kaurin, Ph.D. and Casey Thomas Hart, Ph.D.
Chapter 8. Ethical Constraints and Contexts of Artificial Intelligent Systems in National Security, Intelligence and Defense/Military Operations; John R. Shook, Ph.D., Tibor Solymosi, Ph.D., and James Giordano PhD
Chapter 9. An AI enabled NATO Strategic Vision for 21st Century Complex Challenges; Imre Porkolab, Brigadier General, Deputy National Armament Director for Innovation Research and Development)
Chapter 10. AI Ethics: 4 Key Considerations for a Globally-Secure Future; Gina Granados Palmer, M.S., U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI