When discussing drone strikes by the President, the right question isn’t whether he should or shouldn’t kill a specific individual. The right question is why someone, anyone even has that ability and authority.
I don’t fear drones, I don’t fear robots, I don’t fear cyborgs, I don’t fear artificial intelligence, I don’t fear nanotechnology. What I do fear, however, is how governments will use these things.
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I really start to question libertarians and their beliefs when they’re against Amazon’s use of drones to deliver packages.
Do you even know what you believe or do you just react negatively to a list of keywords?
Dude, some libertarians would be against drones even if they were delivering life-saving medicine.
I really, really, really like this future, where we can deliver meds by drone in dense cities by flying off our roof and to a clients delivery window.
I guess when you’re the President, you get to kill an innocent 16 year old brown kid and no one will give a fuck.