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How about we *not* make killer robots: Daniel Suarez at TEDGlobal 2013 | TED Blog

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11 June 2013



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Technology thriller author, most recently of the book Kill DecisionDaniel Suarez has been thinking about drones for some time. But as he says, as he stands onstage at TEDGlobal 2013, he’s not here to talk fiction. “I’m here to talk about very real autonomous combat drones,” he says, adding that he doesn’t mean remotely piloted drones such as the Predator or Reaper, where a human being still makes combat decisions.

Read more: Helen Walters on TED Blog

Photo credit: James Duncan Davidson.

See all the posts in Robohub’s TED Global 2013 coverage.



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