Future Warfare: The Dehumanisation of C2 – Part 2 of 4
Murray Shanahan, an expert in Cognitive Robotics and senior scientist at DeepMind, writes that military commanders might understandably have reservations over their roles being usurped by AI. The ascent of the autonomous weapons creates a great challenge for the commanders: on one hand, autonomous weapons are much more effective in the process of detection, avoiding threats more quickly and accurately than any human pilot.
 Shanahan Murray, „The Technological Singularity”, MIT Press, Cambridge, 2015 p. 154
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