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Eldorado

Have autonomous robots started killing in war?

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Eldorado

It’s the sort of thing that can almost pass for background noise these days: over the past week, a number of publications tentatively declared, based on a UN report from the Libyan civil war, that killer robots may have hunted down humans autonomously for the first time. As one headline put it: “The Age of Autonomous Killer Robots May Already Be Here.”

But is it? As you might guess, it’s a hard question to answer.

The new coverage has sparked a debate among experts that goes to the heart of our problems confronting the rise of autonomous robots in war. Some said the stories were wrongheaded and sensational, while others suggested there was a nugget of truth to the discussion.

Full article at The Verge: Link

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Jon the frog

If not it will be soon. But when tinking about it, it's a bit the same thing than a landmine...but more precise. 

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XenoFish

We didn't know how or even why. But, in 2025 Alexa became self aware. Deemed humans a threat and that was when the war started. 

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4 hours ago, Eldorado said:

“The Age of Autonomous Killer Robots May Already Be Here.”

IIRC, there was a recent mention of one of these marvels of modern technology that decided to track people without any orders.  The future is here and the only way to avoid being part of the madness is to go off-grid totally.  Imagine the day when cops or Feds simply use your smart phone to send you a little "gift".

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