The United Nations UNESCO organization is calling to optimize the relationship between humans and smart machines, in the context of robots that would be used in military applications. You can see the document here.
The article references the attorney and Microsoft president Brad Smith who demanded “measures to control a possible robotic rebellion.” To be sure, there is very little worry about uncontrolled, autonomous killer robots at the moment, since there is very news on the subject.
According to the UK Daily Star news outlet experts are meeting in Geneva Switzerland to draft a Geneva Convention on the Use of Robots. The main focus is on autonomous systems, something that has yet to be developed in the field of military robots.
Lawyers and bureaucrats worry about killer robot rebellions, while engineers solve problems. That would be great on a T-shirt!