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World alarm against robot-killers

South Korean University participates in a project for the development of autonomous weapons

Fifty Artificial Intelligence (AI) experts from thirty different countries have decided to stand against a project that aims at the development of autonomous weapons promoted by the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and by Hanwha Systems, one of the major South-Korean arms' producer.Against the project "National Defense and Artificial Intelligence Convergence Center", scientists...

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