Robots

The Frightening War Machines That Are On Their Way

by Daniel Russ on April 5, 2015

  I don’t post a lot of videos anymore. I wrote thought pieces or I report on some strange corner of history. And we talk about technology here as well. This is a piece about DARPA and its ability to create a robot that can run as fast as a horse and hunt you down. […]

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Air Borne Nano Robots

by Daniel Russ on February 8, 2010

  Related Posts:The Frightening War Machines That Are On Their WayDresden Was Our Guernica.The Bell P-59 Airacomet. It Saw Little Action But Taught Us Volumes.A Project To Track Every Bomb We Have Ever Dropped.Sherman Alexander Hemsley, United States Air Force Veteran, Passes.

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Falling Robots

October 1, 2009

Related Posts:The Frightening War Machines That Are On Their WayAir Borne Nano RobotsBattle Robot Jumps 25 Foot FenceThe Fight For Robots BeginsNano-UAV With Birdlike Flight Control Surfaces

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Battle Robot Jumps 25 Foot Fence

September 18, 2009

It’s funny. Then again, so was Terminator. Related Posts:The Frightening War Machines That Are On Their WayAttack Of The Killer Robots. Part 1. Imagining Future Combat.Viking Shields.XM-25 To Be Deployed With Special Forces.Air Borne Nano Robots

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The Fight For Robots Begins

August 10, 2009

Among the displays was a mock-up of Northrop Grumman’s UCAS, a futuristic unmanned vehicle currently being developed to operate from carriers. The first UCAS is slated for first flight and then a year of flight testing in November or December at Edwards Air Force Base, according to Capt. Martin Deppe, UCAS program manager.

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Nano-UAV With Birdlike Flight Control Surfaces

July 2, 2009

Is this how Terminator started? Related Posts:The Frightening War Machines That Are On Their WayBoeing’s Phantom Ray UAV Technology Test Bed.Dolce Gabbana Purses Aren’t The Only Things The Chinese Knock OffAir Borne Nano RobotsInsurgents Hack U.S. Drones Using $26 Software Key

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