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New Zealand could take a global lead in controlling the development of 'killer robots' — so why isn't it?

By Jeremy Moses, Associate Professor in International Relations, University of Canterbury
Geoffrey Ford, Lecturer in Digital Humanities / Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science and International Relations, University of Canterbury
Sian Troath, Postdoctoral fellow, University of Canterbury
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New Zealanders are worried about autonomous weapons. But military alliances with the US and Australia, and potential economic gains from local robotics research, mean NZ won’t yet take a tough stand.

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