Join Rob Sparrow in conversation on armed and unarmed drones in this month's installment of Philosphy Café
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Discussing how remotely operated aircraft (or "drones") have emerged as one of the most controversial developments in combat technology is Associate Philosophy Professor at Monash University Rob Sparrow. Where armed droned are used by the United State's wars in the Middle East and North Africa in combat, unarmed drones are also being used in an increasing number of civilian and policing applications. Join Associate Professor Sparrow, who has written extensively on matters of robotic weapons in this discussion of the ethics of privacy, surveillance and weaponry.