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    Autonomous Armed Robots

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    The argument of whether or not it is morally justifiable to allow fully autonomous robots to ‘play god’ over the lives of people in conflict is a major issue in today’s political climate. The activist group ‘The campaign to stop killer robots’ argues that it is morally unjustifiable to allow such technology to exist, stating that it will challenge the protection of civilians, more conflicts and the absence of human judgment or moral values. Their arguments make an effort to convince readers to sign a petition to ban the development and deployment of these autonomous ‘killer robots’, however their arguments lack some accuracy in small particular areas. The textbook written by Armin Krishnan ‘Killer Robots’ is persuasive and well written, with minimal error. In the main article by ‘the campaign to stop killer robots’ against the development of Autonomous armed Robots, the argument is made that with the expansion of unmanned weapons, also known as ‘drones’ that when one country creates fully autonomous weapons that all other countries that can, will also create autonomous weapons. It states “If one or more chooses to deploy fully autonomous weapons, a large step beyond remote-controlled armed drones, others may feel compelled to abandon policies of restraint, leading to a…

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    Introduction In this contemporary time, people live in a world where “computing power” are used for making lives easier – from robots used in factories for production or manufacturing to drones being used to deliver packages with ease. One particular topic of “computing power” though as mentioned in Jerome, Alain, & Eva (2013) is the fast improvement of autonomous vehicles or self-driving cars. There are a number of positive features regarding self-driving cars one example is allowing the…

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    Mostly everyone in the world has thought about their future. And some of those people have thought about inventions so great and beyond our lifetime but what if I tell you one of those inventions is coming soon. That invention … is a driverless car. The Creation Driverless cars is the beginning of a new beginning breaking the technology industries itself. The great creation was created by Google engineers and employees, Google companies also tended to the situation. Soon this may lead to…

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    Autonomous Cars Essay

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    Autonomous Cars are Better than Human Drivers Many people believe that driverless cars will have a great impact on our society because promoting driverless cars will provide people with many more benefits than they already have. Without the benefits provided by the cars, society is a much more dangerous place with human drivers. Therefore, benefits provided by driverless cars, such as safety, cost efficiency, time efficiency, and mobility for people who do not drive prove they should be promoted…

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    responsibility in this traffic accident. In contrast, Florida could be one of the most important state to legalize the automatic car since it is the first state to pass such laws. According to Florida law, (F.S. §316.86) “any person with a valid driver’s license may operate an autonomous vehicle. This provision places responsibility on the person who puts the vehicle into autonomous mode.” However, I think it is easy to anticipate situations in which the operator could be partially responsible,…

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    Self Driving Car Ethics

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    Introduction A self-driving car (also referred to as an autonomous car, driverless car, robotic car) is a vehicle capable of navigating without a person's input. It can detect its surroundings using various techniques; radar, laser lights, GPS, odometry and computer vision. This car contains advanced control systems that interpret sensory information that consequently identify suitable paths, as well as detecting obstacles and relevant signage. Self-driving cars are already becoming the new…

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    My body jolted, my skin became hot, and my heartbeat skipped; once I realized what happened, my heart dropped. A few years ago, my dad hit a deer who wandered into the road on our way to a club soccer tournament in South Dakota. We took a back road, as we heard that it was a shortcut and we’d have a little more time to sleep before my big game in the morning. My mom shrieked as she looked back to check on me and my little brother. Although my dad attempted to swerve to miss the deer, he didn’t…

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    Futuristic City Essay

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    What is a futuristic city like? Would it have flying cars, automatic doors in your house, or would it be the same but with minor differences? A futuristic city is a city that all ages and all people can use. Right now we are living in cities where older generations are forgotten. It's all about the younger generation. Well not anymore. Welcome to Brizo. Brizo is a place where all ages can have fun. Our city is located in London England. London has a great climate, economy, and natural features.…

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    Top 10 facts about Driverless cars An autonomous car, also known as a Driverless car, self-driven car, or robotic car is an automated vehicle capable of complete the transportation capabilities of a traditional car. Driverless car sense their environments with such technologies like radar, lidar, GPS, and computer vision. Advanced control systems interpret sensory data to identify and analyse appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and relevant signage. By definition, automated…

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    Imagine not having to hold the steering wheel, sleep, or work while the car is driving. Driverless cars can be the next generation and bring lots of benefits into the world (Biba). Such as, a safer environment, because they rely on many different things like sensors that humans cannot do or provide (“Look, No Hands”). Less injuries should occur as it is a machine and not being controlled by a human who is distracted by something or for some reason (“Driverless Cars”). Another way it can be safer…

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