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China develops ‘impossible to defend against’ AI-enhanced combat dronesUS Defence Secretary Mark Esper revealed recently China was selling drones programmed to decide for themselves who lives and who dies, without any form of human ethical oversightByJoshua Smith19:27, 13 NOV 2019NewsExperts have sent out a warning about the weapons (Image: Supplied)Get the biggest Daily News stories by email We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailChina is said to be developing AI-enhanced combat drones which would be “impossible to defend against” – and it’s selling them to the Middle East. The country has started to sell its ‘Blowfish’ A3 armed helicopter drone, control equipment and fully autonomous software, to these troubled nations. Experts are now warning about how they could potentially be used.

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“They would be impossible to defend yourself against. Once the shooting starts, every human on the battlefield will be dead,” warns University of NSW Professor of Artificial Intelligence Toby Walsh. US Defence Secretary Mark Esper revealed recently China was selling drones programmed to decide for themselves who lives and who dies, without any form of human ethical oversight. “As we speak, the Chinese government is already exporting some of its most advanced military aerial drones to the Middle East, as it prepares to export its next-generation stealth UAVs when those come online,” Esper told the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence conference. “In addition, Chinese weapons manufacturers are selling drones advertised as capable of full autonomy, including the ability to conduct lethal, targeted strikes.” Australian Strategic Policy Institute senior analyst Dr Malcolm Davis told News.com.au it “isn’t a surprise” that China is developing this technology for war. He said: “Authoritarian adversaries do not need to conduct the same domestic debate on lethal autonomous weapons as western liberal democracies, because they are not answerable to their people. “There is no ‘ban killer robots’ movement in China or Russia. The regimes are simply developing and deploying the weapons – and in this case – exporting them to similar regimes in the Middle East.” Dr Davis added: “It’s a race – between our technology and systems vs their (China/Russia) ability to counter our advantage.”