dystopian future

As mentioned below my research, due to the development  of autonomous weapons, humanity has been threatened by that weapon like AI. Although some experts said that the reason why some military have devoted significant resources towards the development and deployment of AW’s is to have a number of advantages, including cost savings, casualty reduction, precision and politic “optics”. However, I think that without commanding important legal and technical safeguards before such weapons are developed and deployed, the accountability for accidents and misuse are likely to be diminished as a result of the “it’s the machine’s fault” factor. Therefore, although it appears that continued development and deployment is unavoidable, and this is likely, overall, a desirable driving force, major consideration should be given to protocol now, before such issues as overuse and lack of responsibility emerge.
If it keeps on developing autonomous weapons, we cannot help coming up with the dystopia.
Killer robot would create an accountability gap. There is no clarity on who would be legally responsible for a robot’s action: the commander, programmer, manufacturer, or the robot itself.
“Numerous military planning documents make clear that many see fully autonomous weapons as the desirable and the inevitable future of warfare, at least for rich nations. With each passing day, more and more money will be ploughed into research and development of fully autonomous weapons. More investment means the more such weapons will become part of plans and doctrine for future fighting. Killer robots need to be stopped now, before it is too late and their march from science fiction to reality becomes irreversible.”
sociopathic robot
Sociopath; A person with antisocial personality disorder. Probably the most widely recognised personality disorder. A sociopath is often well liked because of their charm and high charisma, but they do not usually care about other people. They think mainly of themselves and often blame others for the things that they do. They have a complete disregard for rules and lie constantly. They seldom feel guilt or learn from punishment. Though some sociopaths have become murders, most reveal their sociopathy through less deadly and sensational means.