killer robots

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This past April, experts from 87 countries gathered for a summit in Geneva on "Killer Robots." These state party representatives to the United Nations Convention on Conventional Weapons were there to discuss whether these robots, more formally known as "lethal autonomous weapons," should be regulated or restricted to operating only under "meaningful human control," which would require humans to retain control over the critical functions of weaponry, such as the selection and engagement of targets
The answer to our national epidemic of racist police killings is not to further militarize law enforcement. We must completely rethink and restructure policing.
"What does ‘objectively reasonable’ lethal robotic force look like?"
Although artificial intelligence has become commonplace -- most smartphones contain some version of AI, such as speech recognition -- the public still has a poor understanding of the technology.
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"Autonomous weapons will become the Kalashnikovs of tomorrow."
Many movies, books, and TV shows predict an AI and robot apocalypse. But which one first pops into your mind when you hear
But that's just one of several advanced bots that will give you pause when you realize just how lethal weaponized versions
The dreams of Asimov are entering reality, as over the past decade there has been an explosive growth in the use of unmanned armed robotic vehicles to reshape warfare.
We don't know how to control super-intelligent machines. How long until a thinking machine -- a smart killer robot, for example -- learns to program itself?
Alas, our new "11 Reasons To Fear Robots" mash-up video (see above) doesn't offer much reassurance. But it's fun to watch
The fact that technology is slippery and ever-changing need not convince us to take our eyes off the prize: let's avoid autonomous killer robots in any form. Killing is a devastating act, and there is no good reason for us to cede control to machines on this front.
Erik Schechter's recent opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal, In Defense of Killer Robots, presents a reprise of some frequently debated positions on the place of robotic, lethal decision-making.
Are new and coming military technologies in line with current international humanitarian and human rights law?
There is hope, however, in the collective power and action of smaller and medium states, as well as through the collective
He concluded that it is unlikely that autonomous weapons would possess qualities necessary for compliance with IHL, including