European Parliament speaks out against “killer robots”Thursday, 13 September 2018 15:24
These include missiles that are able to select their targets, or learning machines with cognitive skills allowing them to decide whom to attack, when, and where.
“The machines cannot make decisions like men do,” for it is still human responsibility to make life or death decisions, the MEPs affirm in their resolution, adopted by an overwhelming majority.
They call on the European Commission and Member States to find a common position in that sense, and uphold a ban at the international level.
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