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An open letter by 116 tech leaders from 26 countries urges the United Nations against opening the 'Pandora's box' of lethal robot weapons.

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In this special Speaking With podcast episode, a panel of artists and researchers speculates on the end of the world due to artificial intelligence and killer robots, as though it has already happened.

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A team of five robots and 10 engineers from UNSW will represent Australia at the US$5 million Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Competition, battling 24 teams from 11 countries.

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Tech companies are racing to create a new way of interacting with computers but the new world will have implications for privacy, diversity and democracy, writes Toby Walsh.

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UNSW Professor Toby Walsh is one of three UNSW scientists elected to the Australian Academy of Science. Walsh, Professor of Artificial Intelligence at UNSW’s School of Computer Science and Engineering, has made important scientific contributions in three closely related areas: artificial intellig

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Thousands of experts in AI and Robotics recently signed an open letter to the UN calling for a ban on offensive autonomous weapons, or as the media like to call them, killer robots.

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The automation of artistic creativity could be the next frontier in artificial intelligence, writes Oliver Bown.

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Australia faces an artificially intelligent invasion in 2019, when hundreds of robots descend on Sydney to battle for coveted RoboCup world titles. 

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Artificial intelligence expert and 'accidental activist' Toby Walsh will address the United Nations in New York this week to call for a ban on autonomous weapons.

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The problem of offensive autonomous weapons is complex and multi-faceted, and it is worth considering the arguments against them in detail, writes Toby Walsh.

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