Techno-optimism, human rights and killer robots…

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Farah Bogani is the Project Officer for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is, based in Ottawa, Canada. She previously worked at Amnesty International’s Secretariat office in London, UK.

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With growing digital dehumanisation, the Stop Killer Robots campaign works to ensure human control in the use of force. www.stopkillerrobots.org

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With growing digital dehumanisation, the Stop Killer Robots campaign works to ensure human control in the use of force. www.stopkillerrobots.org

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