P.W. Singer's latest book, Wired For War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century, is exciting, fascinating and frightening. Singer covers the history of robotics for warfare (and robot history in general) before delving into the dizzying plethora of robotic systems being developed and/or used at a tremendously accelerated rate.Well, there is another book that clearly is all about Hating the Guacamole, and fails to understand the importance of having the Karl Rove Armoured Flying Saucer Korp to protect us when G.I. Joe goes Rougue ....
[ cf Wired For War or How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Let Dystopian SF Movies Inspire our Military Bots
An interview with P.W. Singer, author of Wired for War ]
And oh yes, YOU CAN NOT SAY:
Warfare is going open source.since what is the point of dominating everything if it is all an open source project?