That's maybe the best line, but there's lots of substance here too. Well worth watching.
Roff said the SGR-1 was initially built with the capability to detect, target, shoot intruders from two miles away.
"In that sense, it's a really sophisticated landmine, it can sense a certain thing and can automatically fire," she said.
But Peter Asaro, the co-founder of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control, told NBC News that South Korea received "a lot of bad press about having autonomous killer robots on their border."
Now the SGR-1 can now only detect and target but requires a human operator to approve the kill shot.
Read more: http://www.techinsider.io/which-artificially-intelligent-semi-autonomous-weapons-exist-2015-7#ixzz3hiPNSgQS
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