Robots would have license to kill in San Francisco police draft policy

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Next week, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on a policy proposal that will allow the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to deploy robots authorized to kill people.
Robots would have license to kill in San Francisco police draft policy
8 days ago·S F, United States

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San Francisco Police Seek Permit That Would Give Robots the Right to Kill

The police department of San Francisco is in the process of petitioning the city’s Board of Supervisors to permit robots to deploy lethal force (read: kill) suspects in some specific circumstances.

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San Francisco police propose using robots capable of ‘deadly force’

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Police want to give robots the power to kill people with new draft policy in San Francisco

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San Francisco police proposal could allow cops to kill suspects with robots

A San Francisco police proposal could give officers the green-light to kill suspects with robots under a certain set of circumstances.

8 days ago·New York, United States
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Robots in San Francisco could be allowed to use ‘deadly force’

In a dystopian turn of events, the San Francisco Police Department is considering giving robots the license to kill.

9 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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