AI researchers end boycott of South Korean university

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AI researchers end boycott of South Korean university

Following assurance it won't build 'killer robots'.

More than 50 artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have ended a boycott of KAIST, one of South Korea's top universities, after it agreed not to develop "killer robots" under a partnership with a defence company. KAIST and Hanwha Systems, one of two South Korean makers of ...

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