1888 PressRelease – Breaking Down The Future of Robotics with Chad Ian Lieber.
Chad Lieber recently talked about the rise of autonomous robots that have a license to kill. He said, “This is a frightening and grim prospect, but it is virtually guaranteed to happen.”
There are already several levels of autonomy in several weapons systems today, including patriot and cruise missiles. An example is the Aegis Combat System in naval ships, which has an autonomous mode where it uses powerful radars and computers to guide and keep track of weapons and to destroy enemy targets. Others are Samsung Techwin’s remote-operated sentry bot (currently being used in the Korean DMZ) and the U.S. packbot/REDOWL system (which can be modified to take out snipers unmanned).
According to Chad Ian, even if the U.S. and its allies stopped using drones, the Pandora’s Box has already opened and there is no going back. Although drones are remotely piloted aircrafts, a confluence of events has led to the perfect conditions for rapid spread of worldwide autonomous robotic weapons.
Chad Lieber explained that although there have been calls to halt the development of these machine-soldiers, military leaders are warming up to the idea of using robots in the place of human life. These machines are expected to exceed human capacities across several cognitive and physical domains and they are likely to develop as part of an arms’ race.
Chad Ian stated that this could be in conflict with the famous “Three Laws of Robotics” in Isaac Asimov’s short story “Runaround” which has been used in most sci-fi films and books. These include robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction allow a human being to come to harm. The second and third laws are, a robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law, and a robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
About Chad Lieber & 6WSEO
Chad Lieber, 6W Website Marketing Coach, brings more than 15 years of online web-site publishing experience. Early in his career, he was a business reporter, covering health care, technology and other industries.
Since 1998, Chad Ian Lieber has shaped Internet strategies for hundreds of businesses, including FedEx. He speaks at national conferences, including the American Marketing Association, Content Marketing World and Search Engine Strategies.
Chad Lieber, who has led SEO studies, writes extensively about online marketing for WebPros and Internet Media Connection. He will present half-day SEO workshop as part of Content Marketing World in 2016.
6WSEO is one of the top digital marketing agencies in the U.S. The New York-based company offers cost effective on-site and off-site SEO service and related services such as keyword research, reputation management, link building and PPC management for organic web marketing. The company offers customized services to clients in bespoke packages. Learn more about 6WSEO and its services on http://www.6WSEO.com/blog.