Russians Set To Bring Robots To The Battlefield

In a bid to create independent artificial intelligence that could put to shame the antics of Skynet from the ‘Terminator’ franchise, a Russian company has successfully created and tested a software that is able to make decisions and carry them out without requiring human intervention. OPK (The United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation), which is a key clog in the machinery of Rostec arms corporation, claims that it has successfully tested the Unicum (Latin for the only one) software package which gives military and civilian robots sufficient artificial intelligence to perform tasks (including complicated ones) to complete on their own. The Unicum artificial intelligence platform powers a group of up to 10 robotic complexes and assigns roles among the robots, chooses the leader of a robotic task force and assigns combat mission…

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