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Autonomous weapons are cheap and fast but there is rising concern at their ability to make decisions that value human life.

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UNSW's Toby Walsh has organised a letter from Australia's AI research community to the Australian Government calling for it to support a ban on lethal autonomous weapons.

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With Australia’s recent election to the UN’s Human Rights Council, the issue of lethal autonomous weapons is even more pressing for the nation to address, writes Toby Walsh.

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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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While much of the world’s attention was focused last week on the G20 meeting in Hamburg, a historic decision took place at the United Nations in New York.

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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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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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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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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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