Robotic security must be directly controlled by humans.
We believe that robotic security must always be of a non-lethal nature and never based on Ai (Artificial Intelligence).
Say no to Ai control.
We are also 100% opposed to the use of robots to kill humans.
Guns, bullets, blood and pain are not required. All we need to do is make a decision to start using net-drone, capture systems.
"Take down safe," technology, as proposed here, by the Citizen's Council on Robotic Safety and Public Security LLC, is still in the planning stage. We want to get experts working on our executive council, on all levels.
Director, Richard Dannelley, at the "Wall" on the Auraria campus library, Denver. Giving a short design overview of the non-lethal, net-capturing aerial drones such as the Citizens Council on Robotic Safety and Public Security LLC, is currently promoting and designing.
The "ribbon-net" is a rectangle of mesh fabric 24"x195". The trailing end is fitted with a parafoil that is designed to carry fishhooks into positive contact with the target. Estimated flight time, < 3 seconds.
In terminal dive, drone also attaches itself onto target with fishhook talons. There are four drones that are launched in quick sequence.
Our proposal involves the development of code that will be embedded in the drone's onboard microprocessor, so that when the device is activated it will automatically chart, and fly a course designed to "instantly" ensnare the target and lock down on it.
We made our first demo videos on November 8 & 10, 2018.
Our proposal is to place four individual drones, in every protected space. Activated by a panic button, or gunfire detector, the system is instantly uplinked to a central command center, allowing a human operator to see directly through a camera into the situation and, if needed, instantly engulf any attacker in netting.
Now that we have crossed that threshold, we need to take the guns out of
the hands of the teachers, and install tiny aerial drones in classrooms
and public buildings.
Inexpensive swarms of flying drones that can spin nets around shooters, or perhaps spray their faces with pepper-gas too.
And that if activated, these "protector-bot drones" will be operated by a
human, from a central office via a discrete, "unhackable" satellite
uplink (or the new, "5G" system) that puts human eyes into emergency situations, from remote locations.
Citizens Council on Robotic Safety and Public Security LLC
Robotic security will be found to be far more cost effective and considerably more reliable than any human shoes on the ground.
Certainly, Robotic security is one of the most important and relevant fields of futurism.
It is not as if these things are not going to happen, it is more of a "when," and how. Today, we need to establish guidelines, and ethical standards in regard to robot/human, ethics and behavior.
"Robotic Safety," is specific to the physical relation between "humans," and "robots." With the premise that Robotic Safety must equate to human security and the improvement of humanity’s enjoyment of the human experience.
~ Futurism ~
Just as science fiction can be seen to have predicted correctly, any number of things, both big and small. Futurism, as an intellectual, and in this case a professional pursuit, seeks to employ the same tools of the imagination and then; predict the future and perhaps prophet from this knowledge. In this case, the Director of CCRSPS LLC and CCFRSPS has identified 2019 as the year in history where our society must start coming to terms with robotics and automation, and guide its development from the possibility of existential challenge, into that of the monumental gift all this represents.
"Robotic Safety," covers the spectrum from not wanting to be harmed by Robots or Ai, to using these things for the benevolent uses mentioned by Dr. Ben Goertzel, in the video below. What makes this "the year," is that the Robotic Security system proposed here will be developed in the next few months and a fully functional full-system prototype will be created. Thus demanding a serious public discussion about this very matter.
We can be sure that these scenarios and many
others, have already been thought of, and are being held, by the
research departments of every major tech company, including the various
militaries, around the globe.
So; it is not a question of whether robots are going to start being commonly employed to enforce public safety; look into your crystal balls, connect the dots; this is coming. This is the time to really start having these discussions.
As a Citizen’s Committee, one of our founding visions is to work toward the general acceptance of the idea of a "rule," or set of rules, that will eventually control all Robot culture, and behavior. Today’s culture demands that the rules we formally adopt, be perhaps a bit more detailed and to the point than
DRAFT PROPOSAL FOR THE REAL-WORLD, NON SCIENCE FICTION RULES OF ROBOTICS
The first “new” rule, proposal is that: ( 1. ) Robots are here to serve humans.
The second “new” rule, echoes Asimov’s first: ( 2. ) The killing of humans by robots is not allowed. (If people need to be subdued, they should be captured live.)
We want to develop a philosophical statement that will become publicly accepted as "the rule,” or “rules” of Robotics." Knowing full-well, that until humanity becomes a bit more enlightened; the rule will be broken, by the government, by the armies and by the insane.
Perhaps the third rule could be that: ( 3. ) No private person, or corporation, can possess a
robot designed to kill a human. (This is, of course, impossible to enforce, and we can expect drone murders and perhaps domestic drone terrorism.)
Futurism tells us that "anti-drone security" will
become a thing. Futurism allows us to predict that there are engineers
already well into this.
The fourth rule, should include ideas like these: ( 4. ) "Robotic Safety," is specific to the physical relation between "humans," and "robots." (Referring back to the first rule.) With the premise that Robotic Safety must equate to human security and the improvement, and our enjoyment of the human experience.
This is futurism.
The Citizens Council on Robotic Safety and Public
Security LLC, supports the development of non-Ai, non-lethal robotic
security systems, that can quickly take shooters down, because these systems are
installed in the schools and controlled remotely, by humans.
We are opposed to allowing Ai to "police" humans.
A citizen's council, founded to provide "visioning," for the development of non-lethal, human-controlled robotic security, for schools and other public and private spaces. Certainly, this is one of the most important
and relevant fields of futurism.
"Robotic Safety," is specific to the physical relation between "humans," and "robots." With the premise that Robotic Safety must equate to human security and the improvement, and our enjoyment of the human experience.
The Citizen's Council on Robotic Safety and Public Security LLC,certificate of good standing, issued on July 5th, 2018.
The Citizen's Council For Robotic Safety and Public Security, certificate of good standing, issued on December 14, 2018.
TransTech #250 Dr. Ben Goertzel - Decentralized Artificial General Intelligence
This is not our proposal, but it so cutting edge and interesting that it get's crossposted here.
Dr. Ben Goertzel is a leading Ai scientist, pioneering decentralized artificial general intelligence as the founder & CEO of SingularityNET, chief scientist of Hanson Robotics, and chairman of OpenCog Foundation.
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