Nicholas West activistpost.com The U.S. military's pursuit of killer robots continues to make the news, despite the concerns of major international human rights groups who have launched a campaign to stop the runaway development of robots for war. Cambridge University has even launched a "Terminator" study program known officially as the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk. Nevertheless, the military-industrial complex and their partners in the Congressional "drone caucus" are reaping big profits from machine warfare. Simultaneously, the global economy is becoming increasingly robotized, with some experts predicting that humans will be completely outsourced to robots by 2045. Additionally, there is an overarching move towardhumanoid robots with a goal to establish an emotional connection that current studies reveal is still lacking among the general population. However, studies done within the military have revealed that there has been an emotional connection established, with some soldiers even mourning robots that have been "killed" in action. Now, however, one expert is going on the record to say that it is very likely that humans will be outnumbered by battlebots as soon as 2023. Not only will soldiers be outnumbered -- they will be massively outnumbered ... by a factor of 10 to 1 according to robotic weapons expert, Scott Hartley:
ten years from now, there will probably be one soldier for every 10 robots. Each soldier could have one or five robots flanking him, looking for enemies, scanning for land mines. (Source)
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