U.S., China, other nations urge ‘responsible’ use of military AI

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By Toby Sterling THE HAGUE (Reuters) – More than 60 countries including the U.S. and China signed a modest “call to action” on Thursday endorsing the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the military. Human rights experts and academics noted the statement was not legally binding and failed to address concerns like AI-guided drones, ‘slaughterbots’ that could kill with no human intervention, or the risk that an AI could escalate a military conflict. However, the statement was a tangible outcome of the first international summit on military AI, co-hosted by the Netherlands and Sout…

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