San Francisco police propose allowing robots to kill in ‘rare and exceptional’ circumstances


San Francisco authorities have proposed a policy that would allow its military-style robots to use deadly force in situations where someone’s life is in danger and other dangerous instances. 

A draft policy by the San Francisco Police Department outlines how it would use its 17 remote-controlled, unmanned robots, which are often used to defuse bombs and deal with hazardous materials. 

“The robots listed in this section shall not be utilized outside of training and simulations, criminal…



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