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GENEVA (AP) — Japan’s envoy to a United Nations-backed Conference on Disarmament says his nation has not grown entirely unconstrained weapons systems and has no skeleton to do so.
Nobushige Takamizawa spoke during Monday’s opening of a latest weeklong assembly of supervision experts in Geneva on a destiny of “Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems,” also famous as “Killer Robots.”
Takamizawa’s comments have been widely expected in Japan, a nation with rarely worldly technological expertise and concerns about informal confidence threats — particularly North Korea, that in new years has tested missiles by banishment them over Japanese territory.
He mentioned “positive effects” of unconstrained weapons systems underneath tellurian oversight, such as saving labor and shortening material damage. Opponents of entirely programmed systems fear that machines could one day control wars but tellurian control.