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The realm of military technology is always one for international review. Among the worries of devastating weaponization of cyberspace and of course nuclear weapons there is a new technological concern. That is the use of autonomous weapons or "killer robots". The consequences of such weapons will change warfare in possibly profound ways.
The innovation of AI is already viable in the smart speakers we use and the search engines we employ. What will happen when this technology reaches the defense space? Will countries be able to build entire infantries of robots that are full autonomous and therefore able to carry out orders without the issues of their fleshy counterparts? We are reaching into the ideas of the Terminator apocalypse. 
Fortunately, the buildup of such weapons can and should be regulated. Still, is this just the normal progression of warfare? Can anything truly be done to prevent this research? Turkey has already designed and is selling this technology on the international market. Will others have to follow? Link to article here
 

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Monderegal » 14 May 2022, 9:29 am » wrote: The realm of military technology is always one for international review. Among the worries of devastating weaponization of cyberspace and of course nuclear weapons there is a new technological concern. That is the use of autonomous weapons or "killer robots". The consequences of such weapons will change warfare in possibly profound ways.
The innovation of AI is already viable in the smart speakers we use and the search engines we employ. What will happen when this technology reaches the defense space? Will countries be able to build entire infantries of robots that are full autonomous and therefore able to carry out orders without the issues of their fleshy counterparts? We are reaching into the ideas of the Terminator apocalypse. 
Fortunately, the buildup of such weapons can and should be regulated. Still, is this just the normal progression of warfare? Can anything truly be done to prevent this research? Turkey has already designed and is selling this technology on the international market. Will others have to follow? Link to article here.

I am really into AI. The type of work I do focuses on the mathematical aspect of it. The subject of the OP is very possible. I focus more on the humanity side of it all, such as how AI can enhance medicine, detect cancer, and how it can fight diseases. However, it is only natural that the dark side of it will expose itself as well. 

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Monderegal » 14 May 2022, 9:29 am » wrote: The realm of military technology is always one for international review. Among the worries of devastating weaponization of cyberspace and of course nuclear weapons there is a new technological concern. That is the use of autonomous weapons or "killer robots". The consequences of such weapons will change warfare in possibly profound ways.
The innovation of AI is already viable in the smart speakers we use and the search engines we employ. What will happen when this technology reaches the defense space? Will countries be able to build entire infantries of robots that are full autonomous and therefore able to carry out orders without the issues of their fleshy counterparts? We are reaching into the ideas of the Terminator apocalypse. 
Fortunately, the buildup of such weapons can and should be regulated. Still, is this just the normal progression of warfare? Can anything truly be done to prevent this research? Turkey has already designed and is selling this technology on the international market. Will others have to follow? Link to article here.
If they're battery-operated   -----and they most probably are/will be----   . . .  they'll be useless after walking a few miles.
 

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JinnMartini » 14 May 2022, 11:25 am » wrote: If they're battery-operated   -----and they most probably are/will be----   . . .  they'll be useless after walking a few miles.
Maybe they will act like a Roomba vacuum cleaner and seek an outlet during their murder spree.
Have it put a child safety plug on our outlets.

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JinnMartini » 14 May 2022, 11:25 am » wrote: If they're battery-operated   -----and they most probably are/will be----   . . .  they'll be useless after walking a few miles.

and we don't actually have the raw materials and infrastructure to make it happen.....enviro-idiocrats make obtaining such things nearly impossible.

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nefarious101 » 15 May 2022, 8:47 am » wrote: and we don't actually have the raw materials and infrastructure to make it happen.....enviro-idiocrats make obtaining such things nearly impossible.

I think that's probably a good thing to make impossible. 

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Monderegal » 14 May 2022, 9:29 am » wrote: The realm of military technology is always one for international review. Among the worries of devastating weaponization of cyberspace and of course nuclear weapons there is a new technological concern. That is the use of autonomous weapons or "killer robots". The consequences of such weapons will change warfare in possibly profound ways.
The innovation of AI is already viable in the smart speakers we use and the search engines we employ. What will happen when this technology reaches the defense space? Will countries be able to build entire infantries of robots that are full autonomous and therefore able to carry out orders without the issues of their fleshy counterparts? We are reaching into the ideas of the Terminator apocalypse. 
Fortunately, the buildup of such weapons can and should be regulated. Still, is this just the normal progression of warfare? Can anything truly be done to prevent this research? Turkey has already designed and is selling this technology on the international market. Will others have to follow? Link to article here.

robots are more expensive than humans

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DeezerShoove » 14 May 2022, 11:25 pm » wrote: Maybe they will act like a Roomba vacuum cleaner and seek an outlet during their murder spree.
Have it put a child safety plug on our outlets.
 
Even so  . . .  they'll be like a sitting duck while charging.

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FOS » 15 May 2022, 10:34 am » wrote: robots are more expensive than humans
Spot on !

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Monderegal » 14 May 2022, 9:29 am » wrote: The realm of military technology is always one for international review. Among the worries of devastating weaponization of cyberspace and of course nuclear weapons there is a new technological concern. That is the use of autonomous weapons or "killer robots". The consequences of such weapons will change warfare in possibly profound ways.
The innovation of AI is already viable in the smart speakers we use and the search engines we employ. What will happen when this technology reaches the defense space? Will countries be able to build entire infantries of robots that are full autonomous and therefore able to carry out orders without the issues of their fleshy counterparts? We are reaching into the ideas of the Terminator apocalypse. 
Fortunately, the buildup of such weapons can and should be regulated. Still, is this just the normal progression of warfare? Can anything truly be done to prevent this research? Turkey has already designed and is selling this technology on the international market. Will others have to follow? Link to article here
 
AI originated in context over content, allowing intellectual choices to govern instinctive navigating life in plain sight to favor mob rule when ancestrally present regardless generation lived or living here now.

what is an actual zombie? ancestor dying to serve a social narrative regardless the outcome of the species. Killer robot in genetic displacement.

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JinnMartini » 15 May 2022, 10:59 am » wrote: Even so  . . .  they'll be like a sitting duck while charging.

I think the thing that these robots possess that is so dangerous is that they do have a longer time span then you would expect. The Turks are making drones. They can fly and don't have to walk. Trying to get to a true humanoid robot is difficult given the mechanics of the human body. It's kind of sad to see Turkey doing something so clearly unethical for diplomatic and monetary gain.

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Monderegal » 15 May 2022, 12:01 pm » wrote: I think the thing that these robots possess that is so dangerous is that they do have a longer time span then you would expect. The Turks are making drones. They can fly and don't have to walk. Trying to get to a true humanoid robot is difficult given the mechanics of the human body. It's kind of sad to see Turkey doing something so clearly unethical for diplomatic and monetary gain.
All is fair in love and war on anyone understanding how biology works naturally.

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Monderegal » 15 May 2022, 12:01 pm » wrote: I think the thing that these robots possess that is so dangerous is that they do have a longer time span then you would expect. The Turks are making drones. They can fly and don't have to walk. Trying to get to a true humanoid robot is difficult given the mechanics of the human body. It's kind of sad to see Turkey doing something so clearly unethical for diplomatic and monetary gain.

what is unethical about it?

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FOS » 15 May 2022, 12:09 pm » wrote: what is unethical about it?
Misleading ancestries to false expectations life exceeds mutually timed apart now.

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JinnMartini » 15 May 2022, 10:59 am » wrote: Even so  . . .  they'll be like a sitting duck while charging.
Exactly.

You could probably strip them for spare parts while they're stuck to the wall.

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DeezerShoove » 15 May 2022, 1:58 pm » wrote: Exactly.

You could probably strip them for spare parts while they're stuck to the wall.
Or reprogram them to send them after the guys who sent them in in the first place !
Now, that'd be funny !

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omh » 15 May 2022, 12:11 pm » wrote: Misleading ancestries to false expectations life exceeds mutually timed apart now.
You forgot to type  "in plain sight"  somewhere, in there !

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JinnMartini » 15 May 2022, 3:54 pm » wrote: Or reprogram them to send them after the guys who sent them in in the first place !
Now, that'd be funny !
Starting to sound all Terminator-ish.

When can we send them back in time too?

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