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future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-09 21:16:09 Reply

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQIMGV5vtd4&feature=player_em bedded#!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-dkonAXOlQ&feature=player_em bedded#!

Dang, scary at first...
What do you think the government is going to use this all for and do you think it will make the future a better place?

âEUoeCan large numbers of autonomously functioning vehicles be reliably deployed in the form of a âEU~swarmâEUTM to carry out a prescribed mission and to respond as a group to high-level management commands? Can such a group successfully function in a potentially hostile environment, without a designated leader, with limited communications between its members, and/or with different and potentially dynamically changing âEUoerolesâEU for its members?âEU

oh and simply cause I have to say it...
MANHACKS RUNNN

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-11 11:39:28 Reply

If you don't have one yet; buy a crowbar.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-17 13:23:46 Reply

Quadcop: "Halt, or you will be sliced & diced for carbon recyc."

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-17 21:33:58 Reply

Pretty interesting stuff

what will happen to the right to bear arms though

when governments and police are way more powerful than citizens

I can't withold my conspiracy theories


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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-18 00:01:55 Reply

At 9/17/12 09:33 PM, Halberd wrote: what will happen to the right to bear arms though
when governments and police are way more powerful than citizens

You ask this as if police forces and militaries aren't already stronger than their home populaces.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-20 20:51:53 Reply

They're mounting guns on these soon, you'll see a lot of quadrators patrolling the streets.
Safer or more dangerous? You take your pick.


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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-20 22:14:19 Reply

Destroy technology to prevent the robot takeover.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-20 22:29:14 Reply

At 9/20/12 08:51 PM, naronic wrote: They're mounting guns on these soon, you'll see a lot of quadrators patrolling the streets.
Safer or more dangerous? You take your pick.

Someone did this already.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNPJMk2fgJU

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-20 22:49:13 Reply

At 9/20/12 10:29 PM, Dimitrilium wrote:
At 9/20/12 08:51 PM, naronic wrote: They're mounting guns on these soon, you'll see a lot of quadrators patrolling the streets.
Safer or more dangerous? You take your pick.
Someone did this already.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNPJMk2fgJU

That was confirmed fake...


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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-21 00:11:03 Reply

That was confirmed fake...

It's a conspiracy!!!

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-21 00:22:52 Reply

At 9/21/12 12:00 AM, 24901miles wrote: Makes me wonder though..

We can make robots which stabilize themselves in a split second, robots which jump, robots which run 28 mph, cars which drive 300 mph, helicopters/rotor lift vehicles which move in tandem, and unmanned Mach 20 vehicles.

Can we make one small robot which can do all of these things?

We can't even make a big robot who do half of these things. So definitely no small one for now. We'll see in 10 or 20 years.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-21 00:40:05 Reply

At 9/21/12 12:00 AM, 24901miles wrote: Makes me wonder though..

We can make robots which stabilize themselves in a split second, robots which jump, robots which run 28 mph, cars which drive 300 mph, helicopters/rotor lift vehicles which move in tandem, and unmanned Mach 20 vehicles.

Can we make one small robot which can do all of these things?

it would cost more


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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-21 12:34:17 Reply

it would cost more

Money won't fix incompatible design.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-22 03:38:36 Reply

At 9/21/12 12:00 AM, 24901miles wrote: Makes me wonder though..

We can make robots which stabilize themselves in a split second, robots which jump, robots which run 28 mph, cars which drive 300 mph, helicopters/rotor lift vehicles which move in tandem, and unmanned Mach 20 vehicles.

Can we make one small robot which can do all of these things?

I bet apple will try, for government pay.

Said robot would probably be extremely flimsy, though. Don't drop THAT robot.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-22 13:17:17 Reply

At 9/21/12 03:12 PM, 24901miles wrote:
At 9/21/12 12:34 PM, Dimitrilium wrote:
it would cost more
Money won't fix incompatible design.
Why are you convinced that it can't be designed to do all of these things?

I can. But it would take time and money. Soon =/= now.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-23 00:06:06 Reply

At 9/21/12 12:00 AM, 24901miles wrote:
We can make robots which stabilize themselves in a split second, robots which jump, robots which run 28 mph, cars which drive 300 mph, helicopters/rotor lift vehicles which move in tandem, and unmanned Mach 20 vehicles.

Can we make one small robot which can do all of these things?

Sure buddy.

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Response to future robotic law enforcement tech 2012-09-25 14:47:14 Reply

I don't know about the formation part, but the US Army already uses a tiny hummingbird sized and shaped spyplane, the Nano Hummingbird.


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