Thanks Lateline for the opportunity to discuss these appalling attacks. #CCWUN
- Statement by the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots on the Dallas police use of explosives delivered by remote-controlled robot.
Previously, UN special rapporteur Christof Heyns recommended a moratorium until international standards can be established. The new stance supports a permanent solution
- Human Rights WatchAdvocacy Director, Arms Division, present
- Victoria University of WellingtonMA, 1995
New Zealand experts weigh in | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
Peace Movement Aotearoa, co-founder and coordinator of the Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, convened a forum in Wellingt
Artificial intelligence experts call for ban | Campaign to Stop Killer R...
More than 1000 artificial intelligence researchers, scientists, and related professionals have signed an open letter issued in Buenos Aires
U.S. on Human Rights and the Moral Implications of Lethal Autonomous Wea...
The United States is committed to ensuring the utmost respect for and adherence to human rights when it comes to the development, use, or ex
Second multilateral meeting opens | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
A second round of multilateral talks on concerns over weapons systems that would select and attack targets without further human interventio
UN’s Angela Kane on killer robots | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots acknowledges the contributions made by Ms. Angela Kane of Germany, United Nations (UN) High Representativ
2015 CCW meeting on killer robots | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
The second multilateral meeting on “lethal autonomous weapons systems” by members of the 1980 Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) will
Missile Systems and Human Control | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
An article that appeared on the front page of The New York Times on 12 November detailing the trend towards autonomous warfare by the United
Talks on Killer Robots to Continue | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots welcomes the decision taken by nations at the Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) at the United Nati
Decision time: More talks in 2015? | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
Government delegates attending next week's annual meeting of the Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) at the United Nations in Geneva wi
Support at the United Nations in New York | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
Today (October 28), Campaign to Stop Killer Robots coordinator Mary Wareham of Human Rights Watch delivered a statement to the United Nation
New Zealand election: John Key leads National to overwhelming victory
Prime minister John Key has led his National party to a likely historic single-party majority with the bulk of votes countedFollow Saturday’
Killer Robots: Keeping Control of Autonomous Weapons - Fair Observer
Should machines be permitted to take a human life?
Kitchener robotics company backs campaign against killer robots
Clearpath Robotics may be the first company to endorse an international coalition opposed to the development of killer robots.
Congressional briefing on killer robots | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
On Tuesday, 15 July, Representative Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) convened a “special briefing on killer robots” to discuss issues surrounding the
UN disarmament chief weighs in | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
United Nations disarmament chief Angela Kane stated this week (2 July) that “there is a widespread view” that weapons systems that have the
Nations confront killer robots challenge | Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
At the first multilateral meeting ever held on killer robots, nations have recognized the need to confront the challenge of fully autonomous
Science fiction may become reality with 'killer robots' - ucanews.com
Science fiction may become reality with 'killer robots'. Concerns grow over weapons that can select targets and kill for themselves