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AI begins ushering in an age of killer robots

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The latest iterations of technology enabling drones and other machines to operate autonomously owe their advancements to deep learning, an AI method utilising extensive data for pattern recognition and decision making. Although these systems aren’t costly military-grade equivalents from the US, China, and Russia, their affordability, priced at just thousands of pounds or less, and widespread accessibility mark a significant development.

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