Robo-Ethics: Rhetoric or Reality - A Symposium for the Warfighter
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The Naval Postgraduate School’s Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) was tasked by the Under Secretary of the Navy to “….shape generations of naval officers through education, research, concept generation and experimentation in maritime applications of robotics, automation, and unmanned systems”. This continuing education symposium dealing with the social, legal, cultural, and ethical issues related to the use of unmanned systems in conflict is one activity to meet these goals. I hope you enjoy the presentations and participate in the discussion.Web-based program of the symposium.
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