India’s Role Needed To Curb Autonomous Weapons Use: ICRC


After the real threat of nuclear terrorism, the world is now faced with yet another emerging challenge from autonomous weapons like drones or weaponised robots which can be programmed to identify and attack any target.

Autonomous weapon systems are those which can independently search, identify and attack targets without human intervention.

Taking note of this new and growing threat, a top official of a global agency which aims to ensure humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of war and other situations of violence has said India can play a big role in diplomacy to maintain human control over the use of such autonomous weapons. Read More…

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