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AI requires ‘new generation’ of arms control deal to govern future warfighting, says Marine veteran lawmaker

A Marine veteran lawmaker says the U.S. should be pushing for a new international agreement to govern the use of artificial intelligence on the battlefield and believes it’s a “strategic mistake” the Pentagon hasn’t started this important task.

Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., said the U.S. needs to work with other military powers to flesh out rules of the road on how AI can and cannot be deployed by military forces before AI becomes much more advanced.

“When we get to the point of having killer robots, it’s going to be a real problem for us if we don’t have some established international norms for their use,” Moulton told Fox News Digital.

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