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Only 5 of 87 countries represented support preemptive ban on lethal autonomous weapons | The Verge


curated by | May 18, 2014

“The prospect of robots that can kill presents a number of ethical challenges for human rights laws. What standards of precision must a robot be held to before it can be deployed? If a robot accidentally kills a civilian, who is responsible? And is it ever ethical to delegate the decision to kill to a machine?”

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