The future of warfare is being shaped by computer algorithms that are assuming ever-greater control over battlefield technology. Will this give machines the power to decide who to kill?
The post-9/11 narrative about Iraq pushed me back to my hometown and into journalism.
Twenty years, $850 million in U.S. military aid and nearly 400 drone strikes later, Yemen is still paying the price for being drawn into the “war on terror.”
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The future of warfare is seen in computer algorithms that enable weapons to decide what to hit – and therefore whom to kill.
It’s not legal in the U.S. yet, but what role should drones play in actually reporting the news? That was the question a group of more than 100 journalists and technologists sought to answer at TechRaking: Elevating the News in Berkeley, California.