Israel’s Killer Robots
2013-09-03 0:00

Red Ice Creations

An exposé from VICE examines the world of drones in Israel:

"Israel is the world’s biggest exporter of military drones, used around the world for everything from surveillance to precision rocket attacks on speeding cars in remote locales. Israel’s drone program hasn’t stirred as much controversy as its American counterpart, but not because their targeted killings are any less fatal."

This video raises the questions:

- Are drones making killing human beings too easy?

- What happens when we remove the humanity, and let Artificial Intelligence control the skies?



Video from: YouTube.com



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