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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Terminators being built for Russian Army

"Justice is coming to all of us, no matter what the fuck we do. You know, mankind's been trying to kill each other off since the beginning of time. Now, we finally have the power to finish the job. Ain't nothing gonna matter once those nukes start flying; we'll all be dust."
The Comedian

(The Moscow Times)  -  Russian military institutions are working on a program of robotization of the army that will introduce combat robots able to act independently on the battlefield, deputy head of the Defense Ministry Pavel Popov said in an interview with the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper.
Special military units of robots will be operated by a united control system, Popov said, adding that many robotic and pilotless vehicles are already employed in the Russian military.
Military expert Viktor Murakhovsky confirmed that Russia is actively developing new robotic machinery, though the concept is not widely discussed, Moskovsky Komsomolets reported.
"We cannot talk about a serious 'leap forward' in robotics before the artificial intelligence is developed, but robots still make continuous progress," Murakhovsky said, adding that the current tests of innovative pattern recognition algorithms may "show curious results."
According to experts, the supply of new systems to the army in the next two years will mark a milestone for Russian robotics, Moskovsky Komsomolets reported.
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Russia's defense technology agency says the robots will complete complex
missions in space and on the battlefront
Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects

(International Business Times)  -  Rather than risk the lives of their astronauts, Russian government scientists are now working to develop humanoid robots that can perform complex tasks on the outside of the International Space Station (ISS) while astronauts control them safely from within the station.

According to Vesti, the Russian military is currently working on a great many high-tech inventions that will likely remain classified, but it is known that the Fyodor robot is also being developed to help soldiers deal with threats remotely, such as shooting down enemy drones.

The Russian military has clearly taken an interest in improving its soldiers' capabilities, as the roboticists also showcased a new exoskeleton suit that aims to help soldiers aim and shoot better, as well as giving them better power. They're also developing an Iron Man-style communications system where information flashes up on the soldier's helmet screen, providing real-time information about threats in the area.

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The Terminator Series

Our "all knowing" and "wise" politicians are spending mountains to cash to destroy the human race.  In other words, what else is new?

Check out a few of the most recent articles in our Terminator series.


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