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The Decline of the Military Ethos and Profession of Arms: An Argument against Autonomous Lethal Engagements

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Texte du rabat The age of robotic warfare is dawning as today's battlespace witnesses the introduction of robotic systems to condu... Lire la suite
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The age of robotic warfare is dawning as today's battlespace witnesses the introduction of robotic systems to conduct military missions. Thus far these robots operate with humans directly "in the loop" of the decision process - especially when that loop is part of an offensive kill chain. The future battlespace, if we allow it, will be quite different. While the exact year is in doubt, the capability for robotic autonomous lethal engagements (ALE) - lethal force taken by a robotic or computer system which solely relies upon its own internal programming and capabilities to conduct and execute all elements of the kill chain - will exist sooner than many think.

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Titre: The Decline of the Military Ethos and Profession of Arms: An Argument against Autonomous Lethal Engagements
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Code EAN: 9781288274635
ISBN: 1288274637
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 30
Poids: g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Année: 2012

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