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Killer Robots

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  • The ethics of warfare. How does drone warfare change the debate?




  • And for a bounce off the backwall...

    Free online classes from edX regarding Autonomous Robotics. "...to utilize artificial intelligence to perform more complex tasks, they help reduce the need for humans in both mundane activities and dangerous ones."




  • That which can be imagined by someone with scientific and/or engineering understanding but currently beyond current capabilities, will usually, eventually, be developed by someone, somewhere; and for every good intent and purpose there will be a juxaposing use for power and control.
    Science Fiction (not to be confused with the now almost ubiquitous, Science Fantasy) has most often been the reliable predictor of both sides of the coin. Ultimately and unfortunately, history illustrates that it is always too late. Luckily, there are often things that are not predicted, so mitigations can still be hoped for.




  • PeeJayIEee wrote: »
    Science Fiction (not to be confused with the now almost ubiquitous, Science Fantasy) has most often been the reliable predictor of both sides of the coin. Ultimately and unfortunately, history illustrates that it is always too late. Luckily, there are often things that are not predicted, so mitigations can still be hoped for.
    Before science. Ancient Greek theater. "Deus Ex Machina" means "god from the machine."




  • Robot Development. "...develop sensorimotor and cognitive skills in robots." Free online classes from edX.


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  • Robot Development. Free online classes from edX.

    https://www.edx.org/course/developmental-robotics



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