Competition between Russia, the United States and China over the production of killer robots poses a serious threat to mankind. Experts around the world have expressed concern about this.
According to the New York Post, the warning of human extinction comes at a time when the United Nations has not yet made a decision on banning killer robots.
The world powers are investing billions of rupees on the powerful killer machines possessing artificial intelligence which will be able to find its own target and kill it.
According to a UN report, last month a Turkish-made drone named Comics carried out the world’s first automatic suicide attack in Libya. But experts are deeply concerned about the technology. He says the focus is on the development of killer machines, which is why its dangers are being ignored.
Last week, the United Nations debated the ban on the deadly Automated Correction System (LAWS) and several out of 120 countries, including New Zealand, South Africa and Brazil, supported the ban.