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Who, me? They warned you about me?

Thoughts on "We are the people they warned you about." Chris Anderson recently published "We are the people they warned you about," a wo part article about the development of killer drones. Here's the problem he's wrestling with: "I’m an enabler... but I have no idea what I should do differently." That's a good question to ask. It's a question everyone in technology needs to ask, not just people who work on drones.
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