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Admin why is your ethics part tingling? Don't you do exactly the same thing... :-p
Quote from: TrickyNekro on June 16, 2011, 04:47:46 AMAdmin why is your ethics part tingling? Don't you do exactly the same thing... :-pI do robot research (basic science) for the Navy. The unarmed robot fish, in the long term, is intended for surveillance and de-mining capabilities. There are enough ways to kill people already, I don't need to invent more of them . . .
corrado33, if one side can't win using traditional warfare, they'll turn to asymmetric warfare, ie terrorism (bombing civilians). Some theorize that a country is much more likely to go to war if they don't have casualties on their side (because only robots are sent), and that's not good either.
they'll turn to asymmetric warfare, ie terrorism (bombing civilians).
oops, good point. What I meant was, terrorism is just one example of asymmetric warfare.