From facial recognition to smart homes – artificial intelligence and automated decision making are part of our everyday lives. What does this have to do with killer robots? Governments and companies are developing weapons that automate the decision to use force.
Machines should not be allowed to make life and death decisions.
There have been 10 years of international discussions on killer robots without concrete outcomes. This October, that could all change. At the United Nations General Assembly, there will be a vote on a resolution – a first step towards new international law.
It’s time for political leaders to #VoteAgainstTheMachine and support the resolution against killer robots.
What can you do? Make some noise.
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