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Sign our petition to Keep Killer Robots Fiction.

Individuals involved in robotics,  ethics, science, computer science and related fields can join the International Committee for Robot Arms Control (ICRAC) and sign The Scientists’ Call.

Learn how your organization can join the International Campaign to Stop Killer Robots by visiting their website.

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  1. A petition is needed.

  2. Great idea Bruce – we’re working on getting something started with our campaign colleagues. As soon as it is ready, we’ll share the information!

  3. The initiation of action which results in death and destruction is now being automated more and more by the richest and most advanced technological nation against the Third World.

    The use of artillery and air delivered bombs separated the act from the emotional impact of killing. This has continued with the use of drones launched in Afganistan from a control centre in the US.

    This petition is important but what is required is a movement against war and weapons development. I am upset by all the pain and suffering caused by inadequate incomes when so much wealth is used to produce armaments, death and destruction.

    What is now required is a movement by the 99%ers to rally around and consolidate our potential political power on social and economic justice. Anti-war is one important aspect.

    We need to arouse awareness of our potential political power as the 99%ers and exert our moral responsiblities in the political arena.

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