4 thoughts on “The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

  1. Clausewitz says:

    “Winner of DARPA Robot Competition Partners with Weapons Company, AI Researchers Call For Boycott” https://gizmodo.com/winner-of-darpa-robot-competition-partners-with-defense-1825006939
    ‘Killer robots’: AI experts call for boycott over lab at South Korea university : Academics around the world voice ‘huge concern’ over KAIST’s collaboration with defence company on autonomous weapons” https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/apr/05/killer-robots-south-korea-university-boycott-artifical-intelligence-hanwha
    “Google Staffers Demand End to Work on Pentagon AI project” https://www.pcmag.com/news/360239/google-staffers-demand-end-to-work-on-pentagon-ai-project
    Project Maven to Deploy Computer Algorithms to War Zone by Year’s End https://www.defense.gov/News/Article/Article/1254719/project-maven-to-deploy-computer-algorithms-to-war-zone-by-years-end/

  2. John Paul says:

    “China is developing large, smart and relatively low-cost unmanned submarines that can roam the world’s oceans to perform a wide range of missions, from reconnaissance to mine placement to even suicide attacks against enemy vessels, according to scientists involved in these artificial intelligence (AI) projects.” (South China Morning Post 7/23/18) “The autonomous robotic submarines are expected to be deployed in the early 2020s. While not intended to entirely replace human-operated submarines, they will challenge the advantageous position established by Western naval powers after the second world war. The robotic subs are aimed particularly at the United States forces in strategic waters like the South China Sea and western Pacific Ocean, the researchers said.”

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