Ep. 51 – The Future Autonomous War, with Paul Scharre

May 08, 2018 00:36:06
Ep. 51 – The Future Autonomous War, with Paul Scharre
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Ep. 51 – The Future Autonomous War, with Paul Scharre
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Show Notes

Paul Scharre is the author of Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War. In this episode, he talks about the state of development of artificial intelligence and autonomy, and how it and future advancements will change the way in which we fight wars.

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