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A who’s who of CEOs, engineers and scientists from the technology industry have signed a global pledge – co-organised by UNSW’s Toby Walsh – to oppose lethal autonomous weapons.

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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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Autonomous weapons have moved from science fiction to become a clear and present danger. But there is still time to stop them.

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Attempts to define and prohibit autonomous weapon systems may hold back weaponry of significant value in improving international security, warns Jai Galliott.

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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 open letter signed by more than 12,000 prominent people calling for a ban on artificially intelligent killer robots is misguided and perhaps even reckless, writes Jai Galliott.