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Weaponized AI in Southeast Asia: In Sight Yet out of Mind
July 06, 2019

Weaponized AI in Southeast Asia: In Sight Yet out of Mind

By Michael Picard
The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots just officially launched in Southeast Asia. Will regional governments pay attention?

Unmanned Systems and Manned Conflict in East Asia
August 02, 2016

Unmanned Systems and Manned Conflict in East Asia

By Tobias Burgers and Scott N. Romaniuk
Potential (mis)use of military robotic technology in East Asia's maritime conflicts is enormous.
Could Science Defeat Terrorism? Using Robots to Hunt Down ISIS
August 31, 2015

Could Science Defeat Terrorism? Using Robots to Hunt Down ISIS

By Lucas Bento
Before you rule out so-called killer robots, consider their applications in counter-terrorism.

Killer Robots: Programed Slaughter?
August 10, 2015

Killer Robots: Programed Slaughter?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The problem with applying euphemisms in policy discussions: they circumvent the truth.

Is a Killer Robot Arms Race Inevitable?
July 29, 2015

Is a Killer Robot Arms Race Inevitable?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Leading robotics researches call for a ban of offensive autonomous weapons in an open letter.

Super Humans and Killer Robots: How the US Army Envisions Warfare in 2050
July 24, 2015

Super Humans and Killer Robots: How the US Army Envisions Warfare in 2050

By Franz-Stefan Gady
2050: The year Terminator meets Universal Soldier.

Meet Russia's New Killer Robot
July 21, 2015

Meet Russia's New Killer Robot

By Franz-Stefan Gady
A new robotic platform will be capable of carrying out a host of tasks, including reconnaissance and patrol missions.
Unmanned 'Killer Robots': A New Weapon in the US Navy's Future Arsenal?
April 17, 2015

Unmanned 'Killer Robots': A New Weapon in the US Navy's Future Arsenal?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The US Navy moves unmanned drones to the top of its priorities.

'Killer Robots' Need Regulation, Not a Ban
February 26, 2015

'Killer Robots' Need Regulation, Not a Ban

By Lucas Bento
Autonomous weapons can be disruptive, but that doesn't mean we should ban them altogether.

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