Diplomats discuss possible limits on use of ‘killer robots’

Diplomats in the Swiss city of Geneva on Monday began discussing possible limits on autonomous weapons systems called “killer robots”.

Discussions are discussing the development of an international treaty similar to the Convention against Cluster Munitions and Landmines, or the inclusion of other binding international rules, and 12 countries want to ban weapons that are not controlled by humans or target and attack their targets with the help of artificial intelligence.

Venezuela demands legally binding laws on behalf of 120 non-aligned countries, and countries with large arms industries oppose this, including the United States, Russia, Israel and India.

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