Its inventor, Dr. Robert Finkelstein of Robotic Technology, insists that eat "organic material, but mostly vegetable." "The robot can only do what is programmed to do, has a menu," he adds. All this worries skeptics like Professor Noel Sharkey, co-founder of the International Committee of Armed Robots Control, who said that the decision to kill must remain in human hands. "You can train all you want, give all the ethical rules of the world. If the contribution is not good, not good at all. Humans can be held responsible, not machines. " If you can not trust a robot to distinguish between enemy forces and innocent noncombatants, Lin suggests another solution. "If there is an area of combat so intense that one can assume that someone is not a fighter," he argues, "then release the robots in such stage.
Some people call that a murder case. Any objective (in a murder case) is supposed to be a legitimate target. " We add the article published by BBC news, Latin. msn. com, other researchers suggest that robots could avoid the shortcomings of the soldiers.
"It's less likely that they are correctly programmed robots make mistakes and kill non-combatants, innocent, because there are emotional, they will not be afraid, or act irresponsibly in some situations," says Finkelstein. But Christopher Coker of the London School of Economics, witness of past wars and present, does not agree. "We must put our trust in the human factor," he says. "Unfortunately the military in their reports tend to see the human factor as the weakest link. I do not think that is the weakest link. It is the strongest link, "he says. Computers will never be able to simulate the "essence of the warrior" mentality and ethical perspectives of the soldier professional. The military revolution in robotics has advanced rapidly in the air, where drones operated by remote control are essential for conflict such as Afghanistan. In the field, the use of robots so far has been more limited. However, given the political and popular concern for the casualties among NATO forces, the discourse for the sale of robot maker Bob Quinn is likely to be convincing. "We will keep our kids safe, and kill the enemy. Unfortunately, that's the situation we are in war a Industrial Engineer-manager, lawyer. EGADE (ITESM), UC, University of Chile, to postgraduate degrees in Business Administration mentioned markets, human resources, quality and productivity, education Ed.D. Professor and researcher Graduate Area Faces UC. Graduate Program Coordinator quality management and productivity, Faces, UC Consultant-Business Advisory DEPROIMCA-business environment. com EXATEC