Making a Case for Action

A new news to be expelled by Human Rights Watch on Friday, 9 Dec creates a box for a preemptive anathema on weapons that would name and conflict targets but serve tellurian intervention. The 46-page report, Making a Case: The Dangers ...

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United Nations New York outreach

For a fourth uninterrupted year in a row, concerns over fully unconstrained weapons have featured prominently during the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) First Committee on Disarmament and International Security. More than 150 countries are participating in a month-long session at a UN in New ...

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Moscow contemplates drudge arms control

Russia’s demure position on ancillary some-more grave efforts to residence concerns over fatal unconstrained weapons systems came underneath inspection during a conference in Moscow during a finish of September. The Russian Federation views more grave discussions on a matter during a Convention ...

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Explosives Used on US Police Robot to Kill

The use of a remotely-controlled explosve ordering drudge in Dallas, Texas on Jul 7 to broach an explosve that detonated, murdering a male suspected of sharpened some-more than a dozen people, has captivated media courtesy and open inspection opposite a ...

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Ban support grows, routine goes slow

Momentum to demarcate weapons that would name and conflict targets though serve tellurian involvement is building fast while a multilateral routine to plead a weapons proceeds, though during a lifeless pace. This week 5 countries called for a preemptive anathema on fully autonomous ...

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Third UN assembly opens Apr 11

The third Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) meeting on fatal unconstrained weapons systems will be reason during a United Nations (UN) Palais des Nations in Geneva on 11-15 Apr 2016. The following Frequently Asked Questions yield credentials on a objectives and ...

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UN rapporteurs call for ban

Today during a Human Rights Council in Geneva dual high-ranking UN experts issued a new report that includes a call to anathema entirely unconstrained weapons. Previous UN reports released in 2013 and 2014 called for a duration on these weapons, that ...

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Norwegian account considers torpedo robots

Autonomous weapons are resolutely on a bulletin in Norway, where a ethics legislature of a Norwegian government’s large grant account is looking during a legality and ethics of investing in fatal unconstrained weapons systems aka torpedo robots. This pierce on ...

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Experts on torpedo robots during Davos

Yesterday (21 Jan 2015) a World Economic Forum convened an hour-long panel discussion in team-work with TIME to cruise “what if robots go to war?” The event during a annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland featured four speakers: former UN disarmament arch Angela Kane, ...

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2015: Year in review

For a Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, a prominence of 2015 was a second meeting on fatal unconstrained weapons systems hold during a United Nations in April. Representatives from some-more than 90 countries and from UN agencies, a International Committee of a ...

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