US should not ban AI weapons - panel says autonomous systems can save lives

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The USA has a 'moral imperative' to explore autonomous weapons systems, says the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) has advised the US government not to ban the development of AI-powered autonomous weapons, saying that they can - counterintuitiv...

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