World Powers On The Brink: U.S. Has 'AI-Driven Killer Drones' In The Works

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 25 November 2023 16:20
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The development of AI-controlled drones capable of making autonomous decisions regarding the termination of human targets is reportedly underway in the United States, Israel, and China.

As reported by The New York Times, several countries are currently advocating for a binding resolution at the United Nations that would impose restrictions on the use of these AI "killer drones." However, the United States, Russia, Australia, Israel, and other nations are opposing this proposal and instead favoring a non-binding resolution.

Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall, in an interview with The Times, emphasized the significance of individual decision-making in determining the outcome of conflicts. He stated, "Individual decisions versus not doing individual decisions is the difference between winning and losing — and you're not going to lose." Kendall further argued that imposing limitations on the use of AI-controlled drones would provide a significant advantage to adversaries, as he expressed doubt that they would adhere to such restrictions.

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Earlier this year, it was revealed that the Pentagon is already actively working on the development of thousands of AI-enabled drones.

US Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, speaking in August, highlighted the potential of technology like AI-controlled drones in countering China's numerical advantage in terms of both personnel and weaponry. She stated, "We'll counter the PLA's mass with mass of our own, but ours will be harder to plan for, harder to hit, harder to beat."

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In October, it was reported that Ukraine has already deployed AI-controlled drones in its ongoing conflict with Russia.

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Efforts to regulate the use of AI-controlled drones are intensifying, with countries divided on the approach to be taken. While some advocate for binding resolutions, others argue for non-binding measures, reflecting the complex and evolving nature of this emerging technology.

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