Context : OnRobots
2023: Drone killed its controller to finish the mission : https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/jun/01/us-military-drone-ai-killed-operator-simulated-test.
- Or maybe not : https://www.channel4.com/news/factcheck/factcheck-did-an-ai-drone-kill-its-imaginary-human-operator
- My comment : https://twitter.com/interstar/status/1664776694736072706
Jun 30, 2021 : Israel uses the first DroneSwarms : https://www.newscientist.com/article/2282656-israel-used-worlds-first-ai-guided-combat-drone-swarm-in-gaza-attacks/
Bookmarked 2021-06-01T21:07:16.960220: https://www.axios.com/age-killer-robots-begun-8e8813d9-0fa1-4529-baf9-3358c1703bee.html?utm_campaign=organic
The thing that I would fear is an insect-like robot with a poisonous sting. I think it is not far from being 'practical'. –ZbigniewLukasiak
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Bookmarked 2021-06-01T21:07:07.190460: https://www.autoevolution.com/news/weaponized-drone-in-fully-autonomous-mode-hunts-down-and-engages-human-target-162275.html
From the future of robotics (Summer 2004) : http://www.computerworld.com/printthis/2004/0,4814,94386,00.html
They'll fight our wars. My robots will fight your robots. It's like playing chess. It'll be an expensive game, but I think it will minimize loss of life.
Yeah, right! I can see we'll set up robot armies to fight each other so we don't get to be inconvenienced. Look, inconvenience is the point of war. The rich countries will build robots to go and kill the people of poorer countries who don't have robots to defend them. And because the rich governments won't be embarrassed by all the body-bags coming home, they'll likely be less cautious, and less concerned to win HeartsAndMinds among the civilian populations of the conquered lands.