21WIRE + RT | Would the White House ever stage – and take credit, for a dramatic rescue?
SARTRE | Regarding the Establishment’s ‘robot revolution’, the time for active resistance is long overdue.
21WIRE + RT | Technocrats in the military industry have a disturbing love of all things drone, and it must be stopped.
21WIRE + RT | Add to this the new roll-out of artificial intelligence (AI) in drones and we have a dark future on the horizon.
21WIRE + Tech Crunch | Apparently, next day delivery is not good enough for yuppie navel gazers – who are demanding same day delivery service via drone.
21WIRE + RT | The Afghanistan ‘project’ may just end up like the US operation in Korea – now in its 60th year.
,21WIRE + Telegraph | Regardless of the legal games being played, mega corps will still plough ahead and sell their wears to the highest bidder.
21WIRE + History Channel | Handing over the job of war to a machine has many unintended consequences.
21WIRE + Brasscheck TV | They call it ‘integration’, but robot executives already refer to their robot army as humanoid.
21WIRE + WP | US is spending fortunes on military industrial pork and other old technologies, while it burns through its checkbook making robots and drones.
Patrick Henningsen | Left unchecked, the proliferation of drones could become the most dangerous technological trend in human history.
RT | For the first time in its history, the US Congress is to hear directly from a family of survivors of an American drone strike in Pakistan
21WIRE + RT | Between operational malfunctions of drones and they’re undeclared guidelines of use, we see a slippery slope for the future of the surveillance community.
RT | Shahzad Akbar, a human rights lawyer representing drone victims
RT | According to reports the UK will conduct future missions from their own country.
RT | The scientists have just released the video of the first controlled flight of such a robotic bee.
Jason Liosatos | A study of the mind set of the people using and producing these killing machines.
Kiplinger | Nine military technologies being developed through the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
Huff Post | al Qaeda release their How-To Guide in avoiding all things drone-related.
Press TVNearly 450 British assassination drones have crashed, broken down, or been lost in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last five years, the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) has disclosed.The figure highlights the UK military’s huge reliance on technology, and particularly its deployment of unmanned aircrafts that on one hand minimizes risks to frontline troops […]