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Within the field of military technology two apparently opposite trends are evident: on the one hand robots are taking over more and more tasks from servicemen whilst on the other hand the moral weight of the decisions taken by people in the armed forces is increasing. It is anticipated that the United States should have an autonomously operating robot army by the year 2034. Though that may sound like science fiction the developments are moving fast. Some 20,000 are being deployed in Iraq, most of which are flying robots. These are still remote controlled but the first generation of autonomous equipment should be operational by 2015.
"The purpose of ICT in education is generally to familiarise students with the use and workings of computers, and related social and ethical issues.ICT has also enabled learning through multiple intelligence as ICT has introduced learning through simulation games; this enables active learning through all senses." (Wikipedia) "The study of Ethics is really a study of what is good. But what is good? And that leads us to another question; Good for whom? What if your good is my bad? What is the minimum good before it comes bad?" I came across this video on Youtube. It is an ... Read More
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