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Nobel laureate warns of 'killer robots'

WorldNews Thursday, 1 October 2020
Nobel laureate warns of 'killer robots'BRATTLEBORO — Twenty-three years ago, Brattleboro native Jody Williams and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines received the Nobel Peace Prize for their work on an international treaty banning antipersonnel landmines. Since then, Williams has been active in promoting human rights, pushing a ban on cluster bombs, leading fact finding delegations to Nicaragua and Honduras and the High Level Mission on Darfur, and serving as the senior editor of the annual Landmine Monitor Report. And, for the past several years, Williams has been sounding the hew and cry about what she calls "killer robots," or machines designed to wage war with little or no human supervision. "What human being...
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