America’s San Francisco Police has got permission to use robots that can kill. Police can deploy robots equipped with explosives in extremely difficult situations.
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Of America san francisco police Is going to get a deadly weapon soon. It will be used when there is an immediate danger to the life of the public or officers and that danger cannot be dealt with in a conventional way. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has approved this weapon and that means police now to kill Robot can be used effectively. This robot is being called killer robot.
According to the report, the proposal will have to pass a second vote (to be held next week) and be signed by Mayor London Breed before it becomes law of the city. A move to give police the power to use potentially lethal, remote-controlled robots in emergency situations votes in favor after a 2-hour debate.
Killer robot will be used when the danger increases
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) said it does not have pre-armed robots and has no plans to equip the robots with guns. But in the event of a threat to life, the department can deploy robots equipped with explosive charges to confront, incapacitate, violent, armed and dangerous suspects. Robots equipped in this way shall be used only in extreme circumstances to save innocent lives or prevent further harm.
The proposal added that a limited number of high-ranking officials have the power to authorize the use of this robot. San Francisco police currently have a dozen ground robots, which are used to assess for bombs or provide illumination in low-visibility situations. They were acquired between 2010 and 2017.
A robot was used in the US for the first time in 2016 when Dallas police dispatched an armed robot that killed a hidden sniper. He killed five officers in one attack. It specifically states that the killer robot will only be used as a lethal option. Along with this, when there is a risk to the lives of public or officials and there is no other option left, then only it can be used.