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A rogue killer drone ‘hunted down’ a human target without being instructed to, UN report says
A deadly drone "hunted down" a human target without being instructed to do so, according to a UN report.
The incident took place during clashes in Libya last year, the Daily Star reported.
Experts are sounding the alarm about the lack of regulation around using "killer robots."
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A "lethal" weaponized drone "hunted down a human target" without being told to for the first time, according to a UN report seen by the New Scientist.
The March 2020 incident saw a KARGU-2 quadcopter autonomously attack a human during a conflict between Libyan government forces and a breakaway military faction, led by the Libyan National Army’s Khalifa Haftar, the Daily Star reported.
The Turkish-built KARGU-2, a deadly attack drone designed for asymmetric warfare and anti-terrorist operations, targeted one of Haftar’s soldiers while he tried to retreat, according to the paper.
The drone, which can be directed to detonate on impact, was operating in a "highly effective" autonomous mode that required no human controller, the New York Post said.
"The lethal autonomous weapons systems were programmed to attack targets without requiring data connectivity between the operator and the munition: in effect, a true ‘fire, forget and find’ capability," the report from the UN Security Council’s Panel of Experts on Libya said.