|"It's fine, we're also against those. We're against a lot of things."|
|If we called them Kill-Bots, |
would there even be a debate?
|Death machines and New York Times|
best sellers. It's a confusing time to be alive.
|Except maybe stairs.|
The UN conference's organizers are hoping to establish some sort of multilateral legal frame work regarding robots, but it promises to be an uphill battle as some governments including those of the US, Britain and France aren't onboard with the idea, which is bullshit, bollocks and merde in that order. I mean, what's their beef and/or boeuf?
|"What can we say? We love kill-bots..."|
-The Leaders of the Free World
|"I don't know, maybe he could write|
people's names on the wall in bullets?"
You know, don't think it's robots we should be worried about, I think it's the people who want to use them to fight wars and since we can't ban war, we should at least do the next best thing. Actually, couldn't we just ban war? That would make a lot more sense. C'mon UN, this is literally the reason you exist. Get on that.
|Hyper-alloy endoskeletons, plasma rifles and immunity|
from prosecution. We don't stand a chance.