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Turkish defense company says drone unable to go rogue in Libya

STM chief rebuts 'fire, forget and find' capability cited in UN report

Kargu-2 drones have been used by the Turkish military since 2018. (Anatolia Agency)

ANTALYA -- Turkish state-owned defense company STM says its military drone is not capable of launching fully autonomous attacks on targets, countering speculation about autonomous weapons spurred by a United Nations report.

Ozgur Guleryuz, CEO of STM, told Nikkei Asia that its rotary wing mini-UAV system, Kargu-2, is not designed to attack targets using artificial intelligence.

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