The "Do it Yourself Terminator". Well, duh...

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One foot follows the other, right unto the very precipice of doom. The wide proliferation of increasingly complex and increasingly inexpensive computational devices will, eventually, become a problem. That is our essential thesis here.

Predator-type drones, and other such highly mobile machine entities, are no longer the purview of only defense contractors and fabulously wealthy engineering firms. Please have a look at the following article.


"In the latest installment of the Butterfly Effect: Predator drones are just the start of unmanned, autonomous warfare technology. But as the tech becomes more democratized and more deadly, what happens when anyone can assemble an army of killing machines?"


Full Story @ Fast Company (Kudos, by the way...)