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    USAF Robots are in testing now.


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    Wars will be started very easily and with minimal costs” as automation increases, predicted Wendell Wallach, a scholar at the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics and chairman of its technology and ethics study group.

    Civilians will be at greater risk, people in Mr. Wallach’s camp argue, because of the challenges in distinguishing between fighters and innocent bystanders. That job is maddeningly difficult for human beings on the ground. It only becomes more difficult when a device is remotely operated.

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    Gotta agree with that!

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    Having better technology is always helpful, this has been proven war after war. However, nothing will ever bet the grunt in the dirt, as well following the teaching of Sun Tzu, his teachings have helped win wars and will continue to assist leaders in the future. the new trick will be how to implement the new technologies into his principles.
    " There is no excuse to go about your business in a half-hearted way. We are only alive for a finite number of days, and we're poorer for every hour that we spend in soft-hearted pursuits."

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