The Dangers of Developing Lethal Autonomous Drones
How long before the “kill decision,” the critical choice to fire and take a life, is shifted from humans to software?
Dec. 5, 2013
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Despite being the minister in charge of the Parti Québécois’s proposed Charter of Quebec Values, Bernard Drainville sure seems scared of defending it.
With students having overwhelmingly voted in the November byelections to replace the Java U in the Hall Building with a student-run co-op, the Concordia Student Union must now get to work to see if the project is possible.
Montreal Photographer Captures Unique Portraits of Montrealers at Their Metro Stations
In the rush-hour scramble to beat the blue-and-white sliding doors, the aesthetics of the metro are the last thing on the average commuter’s mind.
Achieving Technological ‘Singularity’ with Google Glass
Before his death in 1957, Hungarian-American mathematician John Von Neumann said something that, even though it was only paraphrased, would profoundly shape the world to come.
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