Five Reasons Why Millennials Need to Ban Killer Robots

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1. Killer robots calculate — they don’t think

2. Algorithms behind killer robots are inherently racist

3. Killer robots make mistakes, too

4. Killer robots promote instability

5. Killer robots devalue life

Graphic with Caroline Fox holding her hand out to the camera with ‘Stop Killer Robots’ on her hand.
Caroline Fox interned at Mines Action Canada as a Communications Assistant for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots between September-December 2019, while undertaking graduate studies at the University of Ottawa.

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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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