Science for Peace Discussion: Drones and Killer Robots: Canada's Policy
"Military operations have increasingly included precision guided munitions and unmanned aircraft known as drones. Under development are unmanned fully autonomous armaments, or ”killer robots’’ that destroy or kill without a human in the decision loop. Now is the time to debate what Canada plans to do about this."
Wednesday, June 15, 2016, 7 pm
Room 261, University College,
15 Kings College Circle, University of Toronto.
All are welcome. No charge.
Michel Duguay, Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Laval University and chair, Science for Peace Working Group on Drones
Walter Dorn, Professor of Defence Studies, Royal Military College and Canadian Forces College
Cesar Jaramillo, Executive Director, Project Ploughshare
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