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The growing use of unmanned aircraft in combat situations raises huge moral and legal issues, and threatens to make war more likely as armed robots take over from human beings, according to an internal study by the Ministry of Defence.
The report warns of the dangers of an "incremental and involuntary journey towards a Terminator-like reality", referring to James Cameron's 1984 movie, in which humans are hunted by robotic killing machines. It says the pace of technological development is accelerating at such a rate that Britain must quickly establish a policy on what will constitute "ac
Originally posted by Danbones
It is very easy to make Ai that
kill crush destroy...
try making an AI that can create....
there is a North American native prophesy that sais that
around this time
strange bugs will come out of the ground and sting everybody...
I took that to be drones comming out of their little garages...edit on 19-4-2011 by Danbones because: (no reason given)
Heck, I didn't even have a computer until 16 years ago, and that one was less powerful than the one that runs my toaster today. Well, not really, but you know.
Originally posted by lewman
reply to post by pandapowerjamie
lol i just watched that movie with my son this morning, but the secret is to send a little kid in a fighter jet to get inside the control station and blow it up from the inside and then the droids will stop working.