The Japanese government has decided to convene an international conference this year to set international rules to limit the use of weapons using artificial intelligence (AI). The international conference will be held in Tokyo. Media say this is to give Japan the lead in discussions about the way restrictions are discussed.
The Government of Japan maintains that, in order not to impede civil AI and robotic research, the development restrictions should be limited to completely autonomous weapons that humans can kill and kill without the participation of human beings at all.
Weapons in AI weapons that automatically kill enemies are known as lethal autonomous weapon systems, but the international definition has not yet been determined. Japan plans to call for faster discussionof at international conferences.
Previously, there have been many similar restrictions in the scientific and technological community. Musk and Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder of Google DeepMind, for example, have led a letter to the United Nations calling for a total ban on automated weapons, or killer robots, in a letter to the United Nations.
‘These robots could become weapons of terror and be used against innocent people… We don’t have much time, and once Pandora’s box is opened, it’s hard to close it.