Mon, 10/27/2014 - 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Atlanta Friends Meeting House
701 West Howard Avenue
Mark Gubrud is a physicist and a member of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control. He has taught physics at the University of North Carolina and did postdoctoral research in the Program on Science and Global Security at Princeton University. He first proposed a ban on autonomous weapons in 1988.
“Technology should serve human ends, not become the end of humanity. Military forces should protect, not threaten us. Economic arrangements should enrich, not impoverish us. These are not just utopian ideals. They are transformations of our institutions and ideas that are necessary for survival.” – Mark Gubrud
Monday, October 27
6:30 – Reception with light refreshments
7 – Presentation by Mark Gubrud, followed by Q&A