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Should We Ban Killer Robots?


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Chapter One: Of War Dogs, Bat Bombs, Mercenaries and Killer Robots

Chapter Two: Trust, Trustworthiness and Reliability

Chapter Three: Control and Accountability

Chapter Four: Motives and Dignity

Conclusion: So Then, Should We Ban Killer Robots?


About the Author

Deane Baker is Associate Professor at UNSW Canberra and a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at Kings College, London.


'In this deceptively small volume, Deane Baker brings his usual clarity and precision to the issue of the ethics of the use of lethal autonomous weapons systems.'
Martin L. Cook, United States Naval War College

'Engaging, stimulating and well researched. This is not a theoretical treatment for philosophers, but rather an informed and deeply practical exploration of the ethical arguments surrounding machines and killing.'
David Whetham, Director of the Centre for Military Ethics, Kings College, London

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