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Yay for Robots ^_^ hopefully all the robots are good but if they have there own mind im guessing there will be Good Robots and Bad just like humans.

a robot would be un bias, perhaps kind. but the originator of most tech is for military purposes so from the start there will be pre-programmed prejudice and malevolent intention
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I for one welcome our new overlords, and hope they rule fairly and without prejudice to us lesser beings.


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a robot would be un bias, perhaps kind. but the originator of most tech is for military purposes so from the start there will be pre-programmed prejudice and malevolent intention

Only if it was programmed as a seek and destroy bot. They probably won't replace soldiers as infantry vehicles for a long time - but I can see support vehicles like tanks and APCs becoming autonomous in the near future
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I think not. In a few centuries humans and machines will be more or less analogous.

I think you are wrong. Humans are trying to run 21st Century software on a 50,000 years old hardware (body). Despite the ever growing complexity around us, we, as a matter of fact, are becoming obsolete.
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Only if it was programmed as a seek and destroy bot. They probably won't replace soldiers as infantry vehicles for a long time - but I can see support vehicles like tanks and APCs becoming autonomous in the near future

if both sides had the robots, wouldn't it be a war where nobody actually died? well up until the might of the machine won and the nation gave into the potential of the winning sides machines?
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I think you are wrong. Humans are trying to run 21st Century software on a 50,000 years old hardware (body). Despite the ever growing complexity around us, we, as a matter of fact, are becoming obsolete.

Well, that's not true. In fact its completely opposite. The brain has an inestimable amount of power compared to modern computer hardware. Technology still mimics natural designs in attempts to become as efficient as possible. I mean I could go on, but its clear that the design of the human body is far superior to any man-made designs. Thats evident in how hard it is to just make a bipedal robot walk without falling over. As we continue to unlock the innate potential in our minds, technology advances.

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if both sides had the robots, wouldn't it be a war where nobody actually died? well up until the might of the machine won and the nation gave into the potential of the winning sides machines?

I doubt there would be full-scale robot wars, unless they were like man-piloted BattleMechs. Nuclear war is a much likelier possibility than the robot uprising
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They're still a long way off a common-sense AI, so I don't see them making truly autonomous systems for a while yet.
    
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They're still a long way off a common-sense AI, so I don't see them making truly autonomous systems for a while yet.

do they need to be? the military in any country have been fairly indiscriminate when attacking an enemy force, it could almost be a patrol and sentry device on a pre-defined plot on a map / gps
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