This amazing video illustrates how the DB6 is integrated into a lightweight Ground Target Acquisition System (GTAS). Made by the Israeli defense giant, IAI, the GTAS is clearly designed for the classic Special Forces mission, i.e. a small number of soldiers infiltrate enemy territory and locate targets.
The NAVY is thinking of teaching morality to autonomous unmanned systems. Some are troubled by possible dystopian implications of this announcement. Others see prospects for financial and technological advancement. Stephen Colbert sees opportunities for ridicule and satire.
Creepy robot video of the month
ForeignPolicy.com has a very good article on unmanned systems (there is a registration wall, but it’s free). Written by Michael C. Horowitz, Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, The Looming Robotics Gap is full of interesting facts and figures. The only problem with the article is that its central premise – the United States military is in immediate danger of losing its technological edge – is a load of hooey.
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