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French minister rejects fully automated ai and robots for battlefield use!
Core hints :Defense minister Florence Parly insisted that France would not allow advanced military artificial intelligence (AI) syst

Release date:2019-12-05

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 Defense minister Florence Parly insisted that France would not allow advanced military artificial intelligence (AI) systems to be fully automated and make life-or-death decisions without human intervention, RT reported.
 
In an opinion piece published in defense news, parry strongly opposed the deployment of "a lethal autonomous weapon system that some call 'killer robots.'" France, she said, "refuses to entrust the decisions of life and death to a machine that ACTS entirely on its own, free from human control, and will not deploy such a machine in war."
 
In April, parry expressed concern about the future of fully autonomous robots in the battlefield.
 
 
Parry's defense news article also stressed the need to prevent "irresponsible" states and non-state actors from acquiring advanced military AI technology. Recently, France established a government ethics committee to oversee the development of military AI.
 
With the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, its moral and ethical applications, especially related to the issue of life and death in war, have aroused people's concerns. Last year, Google was forced to halt a controversial Maven project that would have used AI technology to allow the military to improve its drone targeting capabilities after thousands of employees complained that the research violated Google values. Amazon faced similar problems in its bid for the pentagon's JEDI military cloud computing project.
 

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