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Killer robots are already here

Great.

Kargu is a “loitering” drone that uses machine learning-based object classification to select and engage targets, according to STM, and also has swarming capabilities to allow 20 drones to work together.

“The lethal autonomous weapons systems were programmed to attack targets without requiring data connectivity between the operator and the munition: in effect, a true ‘fire, forget and find’ capability,” the experts wrote in the report.

Source: Military drones may have attacked humans for first time without being instructed to, UN report says | The Independent

Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed

Drone Survival Guide

👻 How to hide from a drone – the subtle art of ‘ghosting’ in the age of surveillance

♻️ How to Repurpose Your Old Gadgets

🎮 What Digital Doping Means for Esports—and Everything Else

💬 Sony clarifies PS5 voice chat recording feature following privacy panic

🚗 Split-Second ‘Phantom’ Images Can Fool Tesla’s Autopilot


Quotation-as-title from Pascal. Image from top-linked post.

The truth is too simple: one must always get there by a complicated route

😍 Drone Awards 2020: the world seen from above

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🔊 The BBC is releasing over 16,000 sound effects for free download

👍 Proposal would give EU power to boot tech giants out of European market

🎧 The Hidden Costs of Streaming Music


Quotation-as-title by George Sand. Image from top-linked post.