States take first step towards curbing the threat of killer robots
The world moved a step closer to outlawing killer robots today after states agreed to start international talks on the use of lethal autonomous weapons. In a landmark move, the United Nations Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW), meeting in Geneva, agreed to hold discussions on killer robots in 2014.
Interview on the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
The following interview with Article 36 Director, Thomas Nash, appeared in the September issue of Dazed and Confused Magazine. – The use of military drones has been the subject of debate between human rights commentators for the past two years.... Read more
Letter from UK Government reiterates position on killer robots
A letter from Foreign Office Minister, Alistair Burt lays out some further points on the UK’s current policy regarding fully autonomous weapons. Much of the content of the letter accords with the presentation provided by the Minister in the parliamentary... Read more