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Comment: Really? (Score 3, Interesting) 821

by AnonymousYellowBelly (#14923831) Attached to: U.S. Army Robots Break Asimov's First Law
As the robot is not intelligent enough - or isn't considered as such - to make the decision of opening fire I personally don't think this breaks Asimov's law. This robots are more like 'extensions' to a soldier's body, IMHO.

I guess that if we are to consider this a violation of Asimov's laws the computers of guided missiles have been ilegally killing people for a long time.

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