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April 19, 2010


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Anthony D'Amato

33 years ago I wrote an article entitled "Can/Should Computers Replace Judges?" which is available here: : (No more room for more info here)

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Those who are concerned about the use of AI technology on the battlefield would focus more specifically on weapons powered by AI. But whether the objective is relinquishment or the constraint of new weaponry, any such program must be translated into a specific set of legal prohibitions. These prohibitions, at least under current technology and current geopolitics, are certain to be ineffective. Thus, nations are unlikely to unilaterally relinquish the technology behind accelerating computational power or the research to further accelerate that technology.

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