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  1. Sad to say these weapon system sales will only escalate as its all good business for manufacturers and the elites investment in such business. Getting into the 'wrong' hands is only a matter of time. When the terrorist gets the nukes or this hi-tech its disaster. Clever eapons technologies devised in the west willsure destroy the west one day. Greed and pride !

  2. Why avoid talking about Turkish TB2 killer drone that over 80% of actions in nagoro karabah . Looks that this is smart advert for the Israel drone while hiding the the truth of the drone industry. Just advet documentary.

  3. People are now not at all talking to each other. We have become more sophisticated as technology and relying on AI to find out what is happening next door! Just have a smiling face and talk it out, everything has a solution. Enough of this war, killing and egoistic mind

  4. Autonomous Weapons are NOTHING absolutely Nothing Compared to BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS….. I AM TALKING ABOUT A DISEASE SO DEADLY THAT SPREADS IN AIR IN AN AREA OF 1000 SQUARE MILE THE VIRUS STAYS….. IT IS SPREAD IN AIR….. THERE IS 2 TYPES OF THIS WEAPON…. 1 IS BACTERIA THAT STAYS LIVES IN COLD CLIMATE WINTER….. AND THEN THE MOST DEADLY 1 IS THE BACTERIA THAT STAYS IN WARM WEATHER….. FAR MORE DEADLY THEN CORONAVIRUS….. THAT IS THE MOST DEADLY WEAPON….. IMAGINE IN JUST 1 WEEK ALL OF 1000 SQUARE MILE CITY IS INFECTED WITH NO MEDICINE TO CURE IT…..

  5. A ban on this stuff will never work because countries like China and Russia will always ignore it even if they have signed on. It's better for the playing field to be equal that for authoritarian regimes to be the only ones holding the cards.

  6. Humans: What can we do to have a prosper, peaceful future ?
    Humans: I know ! Put our weapons in the hands of AI and remove humans from direct control and ignore the hackers…
    Future AI and future dictators: Check mate !

  7. It's spooky that you could get a missile in the air and let it sit around for a while until it has a target, but to be honest, it's such an inefficient weapon compared to already conventional missiles with a lower cost, higher payload and much greater speed, making it harder to intercept than the missile drones with also a larger silhouette.

    In comparison to AI assisted targeting on fighters, fighters have a much more significant combat efficiency making targeting more accurate and spotting quicker, so you could just launch missiles in about the same if not longer range due to being able to invest in higher quality cameras and targeting systems than disposable ones of the drones.
    I can see where the drones can be used, if used in swarms and making them do a suicide run, but even then, air superiority and ground support is already so efficient that it would just cost so much more money for a one time use weapon as opposed to having fighters and bombers rearm in a second or even continuous runs in a far longer range including the already in use MQ-1 predator UAVs.

    The swarm of small drones I can see how they could be useful in a lot of roles, even for minor targeted bombing like for human targets or vehicles and parts of infrastructure like pipes, electric grid points and maybe even larger buildings with a larger swarm. Other than that, I find they're excellent for real time intelligence overhead, especially since they're so small and nimble, making them hard to spot and shoot and are far more cheaper to replace than some other aerial spotting equipment.

    The technology is pretty scary, especially when you can imagine them being able to be hacked or they don't work as intended for what ever reason and causing unwanted damage, but I personally see pretty great potential in aiding soldiers and making their lives much more safer to be able to come home at the cost of some thousands of dollars of material in place of millions that went into training and caring for soldiers willing to fight.

  8. The one with the biggest military, military budget, military industrial complex and the most military bases in the world needs to be first against these weapons. It would be suicide for any of the other nations in the world to agree to a ban if the elephant in the room does not step up first.

  9. 'An exclusive first look at a UN Institute Report on the risks of autonomous weapons. On some future battlefield, a military robot will make a mistake. Designing autonomous machines for war means accepting some degree of error in the future, and more vexingly, it means not knowing exactly what that error will be.'
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