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(Infowars) - A new robot designed for the US Army by Google fits the criteria of a 2008 Pentagon request for the development of a system which could detect and track “non-cooperative” humans in “pursuit/evasion scenarios”.
Spot is the latest military robot developed by Boston Dynamics, which was bought by Google last year. The robot is far more agile than its larger predecessor, Big Dog, and can run around at high speed both outside and indoors.
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US wants man-hunting robot wolfpacks
Yes, it's true - last month, crazed Pentagon brainiacs asked contractors to develop a "Multi-Robot Pursuit System", to consist of:
A software and sensor package to enable a team of robots to search for and detect human presence in an indoor environment...
Operator control units are available that allow semi-autonomous map-based control of a team of robots ...
Read More: The Register.co.uk
|Use Your Brain |
The government, military and private companies are not spending mountains of cash to create robots to bring you your morning coffee. They are building Terminators to go into battle and/or control "non-cooperative" humans back home.