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The Pentagon Inches Toward Letting AI Control Weapons

 Originally published in Wired, Oct 5, 2021 Drills involving swarms of drones raise questions about whether machines could outperform a human operator in complex scenarios. Last August, several dozen military drones and tanklike robots took to the skies and roads 40 miles south of Seattle. Their mission: Find terrorists suspected of hiding among several buildings. So many robots were involved

Remote-Control Robots and the Limits of AI

 Originally published in Wired.com, April 7, 2021. A growing number of robots are operated remotely, often by workers thousands of miles away. Could it be a job of the future? David Tejeda helps deliver food and drinks to...

Walmart is Giving Up On Shelf-scanning Robots in Favor of Humans

 Originally published in The Verge, Nov 3, 2020. The retail giant has ended a contract with Bossa Nova Robotics. Retail robots that can scan shelves and update inventory have been one of the most visible faces of...