Three years ago, the military told us that robots will not be used to kill people: so, why are they teaching them to shoot? Lesson: Technocrats lie to perpetuate their inventions.
DARPA is a Technocrat-run agency of the Department of Defense and is wholly-dedicated to the Transhuman idea of improving man through technology. This is dangerous on a number of levels, including the fact that resulting technology will be in the hands of the government and not its citizens.
The robot warfare arms race is red hot, with larger and more destructive killing machines under development. As AI meets armed robots, terminator scenarios won’t seem to distant.
When humans can be autonomously killed by machines, humanity is in grave danger. The U.S. Air Force has just crossed the ethical boundary, leaving the path wide-open for anybody with killing authority to jump on the bandwagon.
The future of warfare will be decided by technology-crazed Technocrats who invent because they can, not because they need to. Now that an global arms-race has broken out, there is no way to stop the oneupmanship competition to get smaller, more clever and more deadly: Weaponized technology designed to kill humans.
Former Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter, was a seasoned Technocrat. Now Trump is again flooding the Pentagon with other seasoned Technocrats with apparently (said advisedly) little understanding of what is really happening.
The ‘arms race’ for robotic and AI weaponry has been raging behind the scenes, and only a fool would think that our enemies would not use these technologies against us. Pandora’s box has been opened, and cannot be shut ever again.
The next war will be fought with robot technology, as Technocrats seek to find maximum efficiency and effectiveness. The collateral civilian damage could far exceed WWI and WWII.
Technocrats and the world elite are driving rural migration to smart cities, and the inevitable uprisings and conflicts will be put down by newly inspired ‘Megacities Combat Units’.
Technocrats are framing every facet of the future, including AI warfare, with or without citizen input. Do we really want future wars to be fought by AI? This is a professional research report on AI and warfare that is well worth reading.