In Ukraine that future is now. A completely new warfare. Russia and Ukraine are fighting the first full-scale drone war and drones are integrated into every phase of fighting. The enemy is often miles away and the drones are giving the ability to Russia and Ukraine to see and attack each other without ever getting close, and they have a full picture of fight. Ukrainians receive all kind of drones from many countries. and the Ukrainian army is trained to use them. Ukrainians said that with drones they can make the lives of Russian soldiers a nightmare all of the time. The drone surveillance has played a crucial role in the Ukraine war, used on both sides to track enemy movements, and find targets for artillery bombardments.

The most militarily and technologically developed countries are creating newer and more powerful weapons. And continuing to invest in the development of new weapons they don't want to stop wars. Unfortunately, for the U.S. and its allies, investment in production and development of modern technological AI armaments and increasing their munitions capacity is imperative. Many other countries in the world are also increasing investments in development of new technological weaponry. Can war be avoided when countries continues to invest in weapons?

Ironically, investment in weapons is one of the things that prevents war, then it is only a fear from more power. So deterrence theory works-or we can't fight them, so we will use diplomacy. A very important word. Deterrence remains the name of the game, legitimizing arms build-up. But it seems the bad people will always find a way to cause misery, and a weapon is a way to level the plying field. From nation-to-nation level nobody really wants a fair fight... and if you desire peace, prepare for war.

In multi polar world, only bigger political entities, huge countries, alliances, and unions of states will develop and maintain the military power on the land, sea, air, space and cyber to deter others from interfering in their spheres of interest.

In the world of big powers and their global interests most conflicts would be transformed into proxy wars, and these wars would be less possible to be concluded on at the negotiating table but would be waged until the military domination of one part.

Most important laws on and in war have been broken (Ukraine, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, ex Yugoslavia) and many treaties on conventional and nuclear weapons have been either ignored. The focal point of the future conflicts will be cities, megacities and states will need to invest in AI (Artificial Intelligence) and targeting networks and develop even more precise weaponry, mini drones and autonomous unmanned vehicles (UAVs), non-lethal weaponry like facial recognition, biometric and biochemical sensing systems, counter-sniper and counter-drone technologies and develop new structures and better-protected units surrounded by electronic cameras. AI is revolutionizing the whole world and with it warfare, developing quantum computing, and defensive and lethal weapons such as lasers, rendering even hypersonic ballistic missiles useless. Pentagon is essentially funding a real-life ray gun (a high energy laser guns for next generation warfares) This weapon will be used by the navy to hunt down drones. Lasers are extremely effective against airborne unmanned systems. A laser is capable to melt a plastic or metal arm and laser itself can't run out of munition. The 5th generation stealth fighter jet might be more vulnerable to specialized jets, swarms of drones and missiles, as previously thought. There is no doubt the armies will be highly developed by focusing on space and high-altitude platforms, remote-controlled and autonomous machines and disruption of enemy networks through offensive electronic warfare and cyber capabilities.

Uncrew aerial vehicles (UAVs), better known as drones, associated with the war of terror will change the future of warfare. Loaded with cameras, sensors and explosives, their mission is to drive themselves to a target, to kill and destroy (they aren't those drones which deliver our order online). Autonomous weapons are able to select and attack targets on their own (kamikaze drones) and those lethal autonomous weapons are developed using the latest advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Drones collect information on the battlefield by caring out intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance (ISTAR).

The use of various unmanned aerial systems in the conflicts outlines how drones have become vital tools for armed actors in the war and influenced military tactics and strategies that changes stability and security in the Middle East.

At least five states are using military drones in Syria, meanwhile, Turkey is taking over United States as the country which is using armed drones most for illegal killings against Kurdish-led Democratic Forces in north east Syria. The real concern is what happens when dictators and terrorist get their hands on these weapons..Also the war in Ukraine has motivated countries to invest in their weaponry, so there is an increasing sense of urgency to banned the autonomous weapons, before we find ourselves in apocalyptic scenario. For apparently example of Ukraine, they might well counter with those of used in Libya, Gaza, Syria, Afghanistan, that's because these are locations where amid all the usual horrors-small drones are recently suspected not only to have killed people, but to have done so autonomously independent of human control. Across the world a moral line is being crossed. We are entering the much prophesied age of the killer drones available, increasingly cheap and effective unmanned flying machines and the artificial intelligence driven by demands of the smartphone. The Black Hornet micro drone first used by British forces during the invasion of Afghanistan, more like a child's toy than military weapon with a minimal noise and three cameras mounted in the nose is piloted by a front line soldier via small iPad-style screen and a hand controller.

Pretty terrifying: a small, inexpensive drone using facial recognition to select and kill target, free from human control. And AI guided commercial satellite image analyses will make difficult to hide any larger piece of equipment and soldiers on the field. The question is, do we know what we unleashed ? And by the time we've worked out, will it be too late?

The problem is serious, especially because drones small size, their construction, material and flight altitude prevent their detection by traditional air defence systems. A possible method to detect drones is to employ radar systems and to use infrared electro optical or acoustic sensors or to track and identify the wireless signals using radio frequency sensors.

Unmanned (uncontrolled) aircraft systems (UAS) or drones have proliferated quickly and are accessible to nations as well as to non-state actors and individuals.

These weapons don't need a person to service them and can be dispatched thousands, if not millions, so we're creating weapons with the potential of being deadlier than an atomic bomb. The threat man is creating are killer robots. Killer robots do not yet exist, but there are a few examples, an armed robot between North-and-South Korea and KARGU a small robot that can attack targets based on facial recognition. 'Superhuman' killer robots, designed to be virtually indistinguishable from people and with thinking and reasoning skills far exceeded those of humanity are likely to become a reality within two decades. Humanoid robots may surpass mankind in terms of their abilities by 2040. Scientists must warn about the dangers of artificial intelligence Humankind has to realise that it is really scary.

A machine should never be allowed to make the decision over life and death, this decision cannot be reduced to an algorithm. Do we want to delegate to machines the power to decide on life and death?

There should always be a human in the line of command who exercises significant control over decision to use force against a human target, without this seems that it would not be enough to ensure that someone ..the robot.. should be held accountable for violations of international law. Even in the hell of the war, the humanity can be find.. there. The lack of emotions in war (when a human uses machines to kill for him, he doesn't face death directly) is extremely dangerous and low cost of these robots encourages their worldwide proliferation. Robots and drones part of the kill chain...from armed robots to target-seeking drones, the use of artificial intelligence in warfare presents ethical dilemmas that urgently need addressing (Iranian general and scientist have been killed by American killer drone).

The world need more campaigns to stop all kind of killer robots to ban these weapons, before they get sold the world over.

In order to maintain global leadership..Pentagon is planning the production of a new a high-precision weapon and unveils B-21 Raider stealth bomber, capable of pilotless and nuclear missions..The San Francisco police proposal to use robots for killing in order to save the lives of officers or the public..passed the city's board of supervisors. The proposal seems to fit the definition of 'justified' deadly force. It is effectively approved the weaponisation of robots in these sort of cases (when the situation meets a number of criteria, including self-defence and cases where others are facing death). That robots could be armed with a bomb and explosives, and robots equipped in this manner would only be used in extreme circumstances to save or prevent innocent lives...Can you believe this?

Robots are being developed for military applications and it;s easy to see how such thing open the door for the acquisition of systems that are weaponized out of the.. box. Technologies given to police to use 'only in the most extreme situations' make their way onto streets protests, or to respond to petty crime and for negative interaction between the police department and people of colour.. U.S. tightens relations with China and is preparing for a conflict in the Indo-Pacific, which will be definitely fight with the highly advanced technological weapons..UAV's, surface-to-air missile systems, satellite communications, airborne based systems and others.

Every effort must be made to prevent violent conflict breaking out anywhere in the world. Better negotiate for years, than 1 day of war. The ultimate goal of human well-being has to be dedicated to the reduction of violence, militarism, disarmament and peaceful settlement of disputes, through the philosophy, theory and practice of conflict resolution, peace education and peace movements. And also through economic development, environmental protection, cultural advancement, human rights, social movements, religion, humanism and of course AI and technologies for human purposes, only, all of which could have an impact on the field of peace. This new technology lead to a new international arms race, which would have destabilising effects on international peace and security. International community have to call for ban on development, production and use of killer robots.

The UN Secretary General Guteres said, these weapons are 'politically unacceptable, morally repugnant and should be prohibited by international law.

There are 30 countries, over 3000 AI experts, twenty Nobel Peace Laureates, 120 CEOs from robotics companies, 160 religious leaders called for ban on autonomous weapons. The Boston Dynamics and five other robotics companies issued an open letter stating that weaponized applications of newly capable robots will also harm public trust in the technology in ways that damage tremendous benefits they will bring to society. And they are hopeful that policy makers will engage on this issue to help them promote the safe use of mobile robots, and prohibit their misuse. Intelligent machines, AI could eclipse humanity and escape our control.