Does an autonomously machine have the base intuition to accept an enemy combatant’s surrender? Can an autonomous strike aircraft be court-martialed? Who becomes responsible for that mistaken strike?
Primacy comes at a human cost and drones are only the latest lie sold to the public that America can project force in far-away places in a precise and surgical fashion that limits civilian casualties.
What if it became possible to remotely control the muscle movements of another person, or communicate with them via brainwaves? What will the national security applications be of breakthroughs that let a user alter another human’s mood, emotions, DNA and biology, behaviors, biases, or politics?
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