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‘How Are They Weapons? That’s Only a Flashlight!’

By late August, as the government continued to stonewall the protesters' growing demands, many young people became more desperate. They routinely relied on...

Axon’s Taser-Drone Plans Prompt AI Ethics Board Resignations

A majority of Axon’s AI Ethics Board resigned in protest yesterday, following an announcement last week that the company planned to equip drones...

Axon’s Taser Drone Plans Prompt AI Ethics Board Resignations

A majority of Axon’s AI ethics board resigned in protest yesterday, following an announcement last week that the company planned to equip drones...

‘How Are They Weapons? That’s Only a Flashlight!’

By late August, as the government continued to stonewall the protesters' growing demands, many young people became more desperate. They routinely relied on...

The Enduring Danger of Cluster Bombs

A graphic designer and illustrator now in his twenties, Worley was one of the lucky children to escape a bleak cluster bomb fate....

Palmer Luckey Says Working With Weapons Isn’t as Fun as VR

It’s still continuing. We have towers deployed all along the southern border and the northern border. It’s part of Congress's annual budget. But...

China’s new AI policy doesn’t prevent it from building autonomous weapons

The People’s Republic of China recently published a “position paper” detailing the nation’s views on military AI regulation. Having thoroughly perused it, we’ve...

Autonomous Weapons Are Here, but the World Isn’t Ready for Them

This may be remembered as the year when the world learned that lethal autonomous weapons had moved from a futuristic worry to a...

How Can a Gun Loaded With Blanks Still Be Deadly?

Props expert Guillaume Delouche at Independent Studio Services holds a prop gun while talking about them in Sunland-Tujunga, Los Angeles, California on October...

3-Foot-Long Sword Discovered Off Israel’s Coast Dates Back to the Crusades

The 3-foot-long sword on display in the Mediterranean seaport of Cesarea, Israel.Image: Ariel Schalit (AP)An amateur scuba diver out for a weekend swim...
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