NPS Challenges Students to Consider the Ethics of Unmanned Systems
Stewart, Kenneth A.
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A recent, often impassioned, debate at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) on the ethics of robotic combat systems offered the public a window into NPS’ attempts to challenge its student body to explore both sides of cutting-edge, defense-focused problems. NPS Department of Defense Analysis Assistant Professor Bradley J. Strawser moderated a debate between Visiting Associate Professor Heather M. Roff with the University of Denver and freelance journalist Joshua Foust.
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