After that day, they handle 20 minutes in their vehicles and are again with his family. Obviously this is creating great psychological stress to those people who must balance both types of life simultaneously. latino msn news. com on the subject says an interesting article published by BBC Mundo.com than us.UU. invest billions in research of robots for military purposes. Some consider that this progress is revolutionary; others, worrying post is already working on models that feed on organic material (do included corpses?) and in United States a Government Office requested that I will undertake a study on the ethics of the robots. With 8,000 robots in use, some believe that a military revolution can generate. Currently the majority of those who are present in the ground lie ahead for tasks that do not involve combat, how to disable bombs, unlike lethal unmanned planes.
Faced with this reality, the question arises do is can fight a war with machines that behave well and make the conflict safer for humans? Everything seems to indicate that this is the seductive vision, and hope, of those who investigate and work in the future of Robotics military says, that to Bob Quinn, who works for the U.S. subsidiary of QinetiQ, a British company manufacturing robots, is a fact, that the future promises more robots armed on the battlefield, including driverless vehicles. The closer is getting shot, most understood the value of having the ability to use ranged weapons, he says. latino msn news. com adds to their information that anyone who has seen the Terminator films may find this somewhat scary idea.
Quinn admits that among high-ranking military science fiction movies caused great anguish. (E) emphasized the need to make sure that only armed robots operate under the control of soldiers and never independently. In addition, relates that the speed of modern warfare can make direct human control difficult, says Peter Singer, author of Wired for War.