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Soldiers of the future

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Specialists involved in the study of the development of military affairs, draw attention to the ongoing work in several countries around the world to create humanoid robots.


This trend has received the most development in the USA, where during the last 10 years several prototypes of such robotic systems have been created, including in the interests of the military. They can move on two analogues of human legs, including over rough terrain, to perform separate work.

The evolution of the creation of humanoid robots is shown below.







2016 year


It is assumed that military robots will be able to perform auxiliary functions: the delivery of ammunition and other goods to military personnel on the battlefield and the evacuation of the wounded; stowage of goods in warehouses, racks and on the ground in field conditions; work in the affected areas, where, due to the high degree of infection, people cannot be.

On the battlefield, robots can solve the following tasks: engineering (making passes in the rubble, demining), reconnaissance (observing the battlefield, searching and detecting targets) and fighting (using small weapon, grenade launchers, combat lasers).

Currently, the US Army Command is conducting research on the possible use of combat robots. It is assumed that over the next ten years, for every American soldier it may be up to 10 androids. They can be incorporated into conventional units to enhance their firepower. The creation of independent groups of combat robots, which will be used in critical areas, is not excluded.

To control these combat elements, SWARM technologies that are currently being developed can be used. They mimic the joint actions of groups of insects, for example, ants, who exchange information when performing a common task, using the "collective intelligence".

Thus, the Pentagon continues its course towards the robotization of the American armed forces, which was taken in the middle of the 1990s. Already by 2020, robots must be up to 30% of the US Army, and this is not about UAVs, but about various-purpose robotized systems for ground forces. But not all US military experts are ready to give robots the right to use weapons without human intervention. However, the prospects for the development of weapons of warfare imply a significant reduction in the role of man, followed by his elimination from direct participation in the battle. The fact that viewers see in Hollywood films where robots fight people can be implemented by the US military in practice. Russia needs to prepare for this in order to prevent the superiority of the enemy on the battlefield.
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  1. Yarik
    Yarik 17 June 2016 09: 10
    +7
    Sooner or later, it will come. I hope so. that ours will not act like cybernetics and genetics in due time, and will prepare a worthy answer p_i_n_d_o_s_a_m
    1. i80186
      i80186 17 June 2016 09: 14
      +12
      Quote: Yarik
      Sooner or later, it will come.

      What is it? Here's an example of a peaceful Russian tractor in Tatarstan. winked
      1. Kostyar
        Kostyar 17 June 2016 09: 24
        +5
        Currently, the US Army Command is conducting research on the possible use of combat robots.

        Americans in general can think of something other than war and robbery, and what about the modern ....?! Odd, I do not see American articles about robots that plant flowers or give free ice cream to children ....., sick and miserable creatures ...............
        1. bulvas
          bulvas 17 June 2016 09: 28
          +3
          Quote: i80186

          ... a peaceful Russian tractor in Tatarstan.



          It seems that they also reported about the unmanned "Armata"

          1. i80186
            i80186 17 June 2016 09: 31
            +1
            Quote: bulvas
            It seems that they also reported about the unmanned "Armata"

            So this is not just an unmanned aerial vehicle, it does not seem to need human control. Well, in the sense, the task was asked, and he went, he is guided by GLONAS, he sees and corrects the path near him, well, if that. And what about the military, this is a military secret. smile
            1. Bayonet
              Bayonet 17 June 2016 11: 03
              +3
              Quote: i80186
              And what about the military, this is a military secret.

              Mystery, mystery ... wassat
              (click photo.)
              1. Homo
                Homo 17 June 2016 18: 17
                +2
                Quote: Bayonet
                Mystery, mystery ...

                What is it like? wink
                1. Bayonet
                  Bayonet 18 June 2016 00: 13
                  +1
                  Quote: Homo

                  What is it like?

                  And this, the car learns to walk (2013). Now they are walking and not very bad! The article contains footage from a video about walking androids.
        2. Stalker.1977
          Stalker.1977 17 June 2016 09: 46
          +1
          Skynet steers

          and cars rose from the ashes of nuclear fire, and the war went on to destroy humanity and it went on for decades, but the last battle will not take place in the future, it will take place here, in our time, tonight ....
          1. salavat
            salavat 17 June 2016 10: 25
            +1
            The gnarled voice of Volodarsky)
        3. Maksus
          Maksus 17 June 2016 10: 11
          +3
          Quote: Bone
          Currently, the US Army Command is conducting research on the possible use of combat robots.

          Americans in general can think of something other than war and robbery, and what about the modern ....?! Odd, I do not see American articles about robots that plant flowers or give free ice cream to children ....., sick and miserable creatures ...............

          Yes, there are a lot of such articles, robotics is being introduced into all aspects of human life - from robotic vacuum cleaners to modern automatic factories. And the fact that you do not see them, it says only one thing, look not there. Expand your interests beyond VO, at least read the Popular Mechanics magazine.
        4. BladeRunner
          BladeRunner 17 June 2016 10: 16
          +2
          And how many cars are produced in the USA? Probably they can think about war and peace. winked
      2. Vadim237
        Vadim237 17 June 2016 12: 14
        0
        Tractor drivers will obviously not be happy with this.
      3. Nix1986
        Nix1986 17 June 2016 12: 46
        +1
        Yes, this is Mykola’s dream, you don’t have to dry out at all, you don’t need to steer one fig laughing
    2. Shick
      Shick 17 June 2016 09: 20
      +4
      This is an inevitable future!
      progress is inevitable, whoever does not adapt to modern realities will be asked from the "stage"
      1. BilliBoms09
        BilliBoms09 17 June 2016 09: 32
        -4
        It is necessary to develop robotics, no one argues with this! BUT now the combat use of fully robotic systems is really only against "dwarfs" in military terms! There is no adequate protection against electronic warfare now. Remember to the limit the automated "Cook" and the old SU with an electronic warfare system !!! winked
        1. Altona
          Altona 17 June 2016 09: 53
          -1
          Quote: BilliBoms09
          It is necessary to develop robotics, no one argues with this! BUT now the combat use of fully robotic systems is really only against "dwarfs" in military terms! There is no adequate protection against electronic warfare now. Remember to the limit the automated "Cook" and the old SU with the EW complex !!

          --------------------
          I remembered not that, but an American drone landed in Iran. That is, control is intercepted and a horde of mechanical soldiers is already fighting on your side. Well, maybe it’s not at war, but at least it is neutralized and does not conduct military operations, activation points are suppressed, software is blocked.
          1. i80186
            i80186 17 June 2016 09: 56
            +2
            Quote: Altona
            I remembered not that, but an American drone landed in Iran.

            Do you imagine the difference between a radio-controlled and a functioning autonomous device?
            Quote: Altona
            That is, control is intercepted and a horde of mechanical soldiers is already fighting on your side. Well, maybe it’s not at war, but at least it is neutralized and does not conduct military operations, activation points are suppressed, software is blocked.

            That is, no one interferes with "seizing control and blocking the software" on the Armata, for example, or the SU-35? Did I understand you correctly? smile
            1. Dali
              Dali 17 June 2016 11: 01
              +2
              Quote: i80186
              Do you imagine the difference between a radio-controlled and a functioning autonomous device?

              Today, it’s completely autonomous, it’s a person, and even that ... it’s not 100%, because we just don’t know how and what happens at birth, and further it is not clear at all.

              In the meantime, any device operating autonomously is not really completely autonomous, if only because the task needs to be transferred to it somehow ... well, even if the transfer is in a purely contact way ... and if you need to suspend the task, and if, in connection with the changed circumstances, correct directly upon execution ...

              Yes, and there are electronic warfare systems, but there is no way to protect the robot from electronic warfare yet, it will probably be, but you also have to wait ...

              But with artificial intelligence, oh, how much more will have to wait, and then all of the above will remain valid ... otherwise ... well, everyone watched the movie with Schwarzenegger ...

              Quote: i80186
              That is, no one interferes with "seizing control and blocking the software" on the Armata, for example, or the SU-35? Did I understand you correctly?

              No one bothers it for sure ... but ... what did it work for someone (the SU-35 has been flying for a long time, and not only the Su-35, but also the Su-30SM ... and others)? smile
              In general, the i80186 did not last long with such abilities ... quickly replaced the i80286 ... laughing
              1. i80186
                i80186 17 June 2016 11: 13
                -1
                Quote: Dali
                In general, the i80186 did not last long with such abilities ... quickly replaced the i80286 ...

                Funny, really. Read at your leisure. smile
                http://www.mvdpfo.ru/content/seriya-mikrokontrollerov-p88xx-lv
                And watch the movie about the tractor carefully. He goes there without a man, and no one controls him from outside. So it goes.
                1. Dali
                  Dali 17 June 2016 11: 30
                  +1
                  Quote: i80186
                  Funny, really. Read at your leisure.

                  I don’t need to read, I myself walked in a place ... laughing , so to speak, everything was happening before my eyes, starting from i8080, i8086 (K1810VM86) ...

                  Quote: i80186
                  And watch the movie about the tractor carefully. He goes there without a man, and no one controls him from outside. So it goes.

                  And how does this video contradict what I said above ?! belay
                  1. i80186
                    i80186 17 June 2016 17: 49
                    0
                    Quote: Dali
                    I don’t need to read, I walked in the place myself ... so to speak, everything happened before my eyes, starting from i8080, i8086 (K1810VM86) ...

                    If so, then probably you know how exactly 80086 differs from 80186? Do you know that the first processor, and the second microcontroller? smile

                    Quote: Dali
                    And how does this video contradict what I said above ?!

                    Well, by what, this unit does not have external control. He does not need a man, not in him, not in outside. And in general, what do you say for example about Tomahawk, or Caliber, and the effects of electronic warfare on them? smile
            2. Altona
              Altona 17 June 2016 18: 22
              0
              Quote: i80186
              Do you imagine the difference between a radio-controlled and a functioning autonomous device?

              ---------------
              And you are apparently an unbeaten futurologist and you already know everything, they conceived everything, everyone minded and made yourself a screenwriter of the future.
          2. Bayonet
            Bayonet 17 June 2016 11: 18
            -1
            Quote: Altona
            That is, control is intercepted and a horde of mechanical soldiers is already fighting on your side.

            This is the case if remote control is used.
            1. Altona
              Altona 17 June 2016 18: 41
              0
              Quote: Bayonet
              This is the case if remote control is used.

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              And if not used, then you can’t crack it? At least fucking with a discharge of current, as was done earlier at the showdown of the alarm system of a car absolutely standing at night and not controlled by anyone. The paint was slightly scraped, a crocodile was thrown over and hollowed with an electric shock (electronic warfare tool), then the computer was connected, it nullified everything, did its own thing, the code was cracked and voila - your car.
              1. Bayonet
                Bayonet 17 June 2016 20: 00
                -1
                Quote: Altona
                , as was done earlier at the showdown of the alarm system of a car absolutely standing at night and not controlled by anyone REMOTE

                Don’t confuse horseradish with your finger! Well-shielded blocks of the robot, working according to a pre-established program (not remotely controlled!), Your shockers and jammers to the bulb! smile
                1. Altona
                  Altona 17 June 2016 20: 26
                  0
                  Quote: Bayonet
                  Do not confuse the hell with a finger! Well-shielded blocks of the robot, working according to a pre-established program (not remotely controlled!) Your shockers and jammers to the bulb!

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                  You were told that there are no absolutely autonomous systems. Or do you rely on a completely autonomous and "independent in decision-making" android? Well, if so, what to talk to you about? I will examine my finger, and you will examine your horseradish. What? Can't one copy be stolen and opened? Is everything so "shielded and protected"? Damn, well, everything is cool around, only the technique is still buggy and clumsy.
                  1. Bayonet
                    Bayonet 17 June 2016 23: 00
                    0
                    Quote: Altona
                    Damn, well, everything is cool around, only the technology is still buggy and clumsy.

                    Have you any connection with electronics? smile Yes, and who is stopping us from making the technique not "glitchy and clumsy"? I am now at work, looking at the transmitter "Rode schwarz" and the "Onega" of the St. Petersburg masters standing next to it. So the first, unlike the second, can not be called clumsy and buggy hi
        2. Bayonet
          Bayonet 17 June 2016 11: 17
          0
          Quote: BilliBoms09
          Remember to the limit the automated "Cook" and the old SU with an electronic warfare system !!!

          Hmm ... hard with you request
          1. BilliBoms09
            BilliBoms09 17 June 2016 11: 47
            -3

            Hmm ... It's hard with you request
            I did not write a word about "diapers", but the Americans admitted about the failure of electronics during the flight of the SU-24. hi And re-read my post, it says that to the full automation of robotics is still very far away due to insufficient protection from modern electronic warfare! request
            1. Bayonet
              Bayonet 17 June 2016 12: 53
              +2
              Quote: BilliBoms09
              But the failure of the electronics during the flight of the SU-24, the Americans admitted.

              Give a reference to this, be so kind hi
  2. BARKAS
    BARKAS 17 June 2016 09: 10
    +5
    The main thing is that these robots do not rebel and defect over time laughing
    1. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 17 June 2016 09: 21
      +5
      Quote: BARKAS
      The main thing is that these robots do not rebel and defect over time


      laughing This is how such refugee deserters will rush to us, you will not have enough sockets to recharge. Also, brains will begin to soar about the "rights of androids." Azimov, re-read, or something.
      30% of robots by 2020. How shoud I understand this ?
      1. Dali
        Dali 17 June 2016 11: 23
        +1
        Quote: iliitch
        30% of robots by 2020. How shoud I understand this ?

        This should be understood so that now they are allocating little money for this business, but it is necessary to dozens of times more ... show the carrots, so to speak, and then say, and figs, they gave you little money ... laughing

        Well, others, as it were, are encouraged, introduced into additional expenses. No, of course you can’t lose sight of it in any way, and you will have to spend money, spend money on research on this topic in full, of course it is necessary !!!

        But 30% of robots from the army (even if only from the technical unit) by 2020 so far are from the realm of fantasy.
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 17 June 2016 14: 52
          0
          And why do not you UAVs robots.
      2. Vadim237
        Vadim237 17 June 2016 12: 17
        +1
        Well, you harness them to work in the house and on the site - they will work - they will have a socket and grease for them.
        1. iliitchitch
          iliitchitch 17 June 2016 12: 22
          0
          Quote: Vadim237
          Well, you harness them to work in the house and on the site - they will work - they will have a socket and grease for them.


          Well this is a Western product - inevitably, the "rights of android minorities" will also surface. I'll dismantle it right away. wassat
          1. Vadim237
            Vadim237 17 June 2016 14: 42
            +1
            Better reprogram in our Russian way.
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        2. Altona
          Altona 17 June 2016 20: 46
          +1
          Quote: Vadim237
          Well, you harness them to work in the house and on the site

          -----------------
          There are robotic vacuum cleaners. True, they do not clean up all the garbage. Large rubbish under the sofa stuffed. laughing
          1. Vadim237
            Vadim237 17 June 2016 23: 03
            0
            And these robots will do everything - iron, vacuum, drag things, wash windows and even kill mosquitoes using a pulsed laser when you sleep.
    2. code54
      code54 19 June 2016 08: 04
      0
      Probably sent for the supplement !!!
  3. seti
    seti 17 June 2016 09: 11
    0
    The main thing is that they do not get out of control
  4. Volodin Dmitry
    Volodin Dmitry 17 June 2016 09: 11
    0
    Skynet in action. And what about us, interesting?
  5. pigkiller
    pigkiller 17 June 2016 09: 13
    0
    Everything goes to the fact that the universal people of all people will be replaced by androids.
  6. mojohed2012
    mojohed2012 17 June 2016 09: 14
    +2
    The vector for percussion robot robots in the US land war is visible.
    I would think about enhancing the piracy of small arms of our soldiers on the ability to fight with robots, including.
    For example, either to increase the breakdown power of a bullet, or to improve the grenade launchers for grenade launchers in order to increase the breakdown power of their fragments (explosive charge) and so on.
    If robots are released against living soldiers, the loss of people will be terrible, because obviously they will hang on robots and give different weight and armor protection.
    To this there is reason to add the development of exoskeletons for the RF Armed Forces.
    But their development should be conducted in the direction of forming not only the frame, but also with an overhang of armor protection on it, which can slightly equalize the chances between a person and a robot on the battlefield.
    1. Edvagan
      Edvagan 17 June 2016 09: 26
      +2
      Can it be more promising to hit microchips in robots and disable programs? About how now drones intercept
    2. BARKAS
      BARKAS 17 June 2016 09: 27
      +1
      It seems to me that robots will not be sufficiently effective in a war against the army with a developed electronic warfare system only against bandits.

      At this stage, the Russian-developed Alabuga combat system, having exploded at an altitude of 200-300 meters, destroys all enemy electronics in a radius of at least 3,5 kilometers and deprives the military unit without communications, control, guidance and fire adjustment, turning all enemy technique in ordinary scrap metal
  7. Knizhnik
    Knizhnik 17 June 2016 09: 16
    +1
    First, you still need to solve the problems posed to mankind by Isaac Asimov and others. In the near future, everyone understands that the combat use of robots is not possible, because the decision to open fire is still a human prerogative. In addition, "war is a way of deception," and in the near future they will not compete on equal terms with human cunning. Unless under the guidance of a pilot, like a drone.
    1. Winnie76
      Winnie76 17 June 2016 09: 23
      0
      Quote: Knizhnik
      In the short term, everyone understands that the combat use of robots is not possible, because the decision to open fire is still the prerogative of man.

      Here is the solution in the article. If a person commands a dozen robots, a person formally makes a decision.
      1. Knizhnik
        Knizhnik 17 June 2016 09: 27
        0
        It is estimated that already over the next ten years, up to 10 androids can fall on each American soldier.

        Are you talking about this line? Here we are talking about the ratio of numbers, and not about how many people will manage. Actually - one person to one, or even two to one.
      2. abrakadabre
        abrakadabre 20 June 2016 10: 37
        0
        Here is the solution in the article. If a person commands a dozen robots, a person formally makes a decision.
        A person, in order to cope well only with his own body, has to train a lot and bring some of the actions to the level of reflexes. Just to adequately respond to many different external factors. And here you want one operator to control ten bodies at the same level. Only from the main cases in battle for each "body":
        1. observation of the situation in general (round-robin);
        2. selection of threats and their own priorities;
        3. movement;
        4. selection and use of appropriate equipment and weapons from BC;
        5. self-test for damage;
        6. communication with the rest of their own units and the choice of options for group behavior with the painting of individual roles.

        And this is just so, offhand. In fact, there are even more tasks. To understand how much this is an impossible task for one operator, try to do two things at the same time with at least a well-known native body at the same time and equally without delay: to dance squatting and thread a needle. And then, according to the results of such a test, estimate that you still have to flip somersaults, play chess (without delays between moves), cook a dinner of 20 dishes and do another hundred things. And all at the same time. And failure in only one of the actions performed means death.
        wassat
        This is not real for one operator. Unreal...
  8. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 17 June 2016 09: 17
    +9
    Yes, ours also promote robotics, just do not PR as the Americans. In my opinion, a two-legged robot (in the near foreseeable future) is a too unstable and slow platform. Even if they will be used as fire support points.
    Ours do not suffer from "two-leggedness", they are looking for some alternative ways. I don’t understand why a combat robot should look like a human with its exoskeleton. The mission of the combat robot:
    1. Damage the enemy
    2. Protect friendly objects (even causing fire on yourself)
    3. To be either inconspicuous or invulnerable to the main types of firearms.

    And what a robot will look like: round, square, striped or speckled - the tenth thing.
  9. okunevich_rv
    okunevich_rv 17 June 2016 09: 17
    +1
    Walking robots are interesting, but wheeled and tracked will be the first to land on the battlefield.
    The possibility of using hybrid engines in wheeled and tracked vehicles is definitely higher, the power reserve is higher, and the possibility of finding the device in standby mode with low energy consumption is also behind wheeled robots. So it is not advisable to spend time and money on walking robots, it is necessary to implement and improve the existing wheeled and tracked ones.
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 20 June 2016 10: 40
      0
      In addition, wheeled or tracked robots have a clearly higher level of security. And to achieve its increase is much easier.
  10. Knizhnik
    Knizhnik 17 June 2016 09: 21
    0
    For every American soldier, there can be up to 10 androids.

    Android is a humanoid robot. Yes, and what's the point? Robots in appearance like those in the photo are quite suitable.
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 17 June 2016 09: 22
    +1
    over the coming ten years for every American soldier it can be up to 10 androids

    I did not understand, either an error in the text, or the Americans once again wishful thinking they give out as valid. In ten years, several million androids? Only arise ????
    1. Knizhnik
      Knizhnik 17 June 2016 09: 28
      0
      And most importantly - why so much? request
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 17 June 2016 09: 38
        0
        Probably from the calculation that it will be necessary to fight with Russia, but it is not predictable (according to their thinking).
  12. V.ic
    V.ic 17 June 2016 09: 34
    +1
    And the "bazaar" because of what? Hired "N" number of "African Americans" or Puerto Ricans, it will be cheaper. Still, they want to "cut the loot".
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 20 June 2016 10: 41
      0
      And the "bazaar" because of what? Hired "N" number of "African Americans" or Puerto Ricans, it will be cheaper.
      And stick the inscription "robot" on everyone's forehead with duct tape
  13. CORNET
    CORNET 17 June 2016 09: 51
    0
    No robots can replace the soul, stamina and ingenuity of a Russian soldier ... Trying in vain!
  14. silver_roman
    silver_roman 17 June 2016 09: 52
    +1
    I have a strong feeling that people who write such articles do not understand what fighting is at all.
    Today, such a tin, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, will be an excellent target that will be destroyed immediately.
    In addition, imagine 10 robots that were remotely hacked by software. One UES marins sits in a trench, and around 10 terminators suddenly start point-blank at you from lasers laughing .
    Lasers generally make me happy. Right away, lightsabers, intergalactic flights.
    I am not saying that you should not strive for this, but in stages.
    1. Xmyp
      Xmyp 17 June 2016 10: 07
      0
      15 years ago, you did not think it was possible to buy a smartphone that can record or play audio and video, then send any information to the other end of the world, show the location, and its power will be comparable to 50 PCs of that time.
      So, there is nothing to be sure of.
      1. silver_roman
        silver_roman 17 June 2016 10: 44
        +1
        Quote: XmyP
        15 years ago, you did not think it was possible to buy a smartphone that can record or play audio and video, then send any information to the other end of the world, show the location, and its power will be comparable to 50 PCs of that time.

        20 years ago it was already clear, we took so long to achieve this only thanks to marketing.
        All the technologies that you use today in your smartphone to post an omelet in the in100gram were developed 10 years ago.
        So 15 years ago everything was already very clear and understandable. Those. the direction was clearly indicated, of course, some innovations appeared, but significant. The increase in capacity lends itself to certain laws (forgot the name). So today you can safely describe the power of future devices.
        But the concept of the laser, the formation of an energy beam and its launch on the target is still not calculated, in principle, there is only constant radiation, which can constantly affect the target. The entire installation moves on a truck and is not a lethal weapon. Keep in mind that these are the most advanced technologies.
        The only thing that can be a catalyst in this technological development is the 3rd world. War has always given a serious leap in technology. Hope that will work out.
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  15. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 17 June 2016 10: 07
    +1
    To hack a combat robot - many programmers will subscribe to such a task. And not only the military. Good luck to you guys.
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 20 June 2016 10: 43
      0
      To hack a combat robot - many programmers will subscribe to such a task. And not only the military.
      And not only in wartime ...
  16. belaz888
    belaz888 17 June 2016 10: 38
    -2
    Guys over speech, let’s remember an American boat in the Black Sea, there are no questions
  17. engineer74
    engineer74 17 June 2016 10: 47
    0
    I wonder if it is possible to completely shift the energy of a nuclear explosion into electromagnetic radiation. wink
    Here, IMHO, the principle of "cheap and cheerful" rules! The more complex the electronics, the more vulnerable they are.
    All their "high-tech" military equipment is based on their existing peacetime infrastructureif it is destroyed, at least partially, the robots will have to be disassembled with clubs. Without GPS, satellite communications, logistics, energy, existing spare parts production, developer support, etc. - all this "combat" equipment dies quickly.
  18. Hariton laptev
    Hariton laptev 17 June 2016 11: 01
    0
    I don’t even want to comment, although if you look at the American cinemas everything that they invented in the cinema, they are the first in their own skin and try, take at least September 11, they will get an army of uncontrollable glands on their territory.
  19. Oleg7700
    Oleg7700 17 June 2016 11: 06
    +2
    ... Second half of the 21st century. Dust storm - "Sharav", in the Arabian desert. Israeli Foreign Legion on the outskirts of the Persian Gulf ... am
    1. engineer74
      engineer74 17 June 2016 11: 42
      +4
      Well, who is the main aggressor in the Middle East? laughing
      Israel from the Atlantic to the Indian? smile
      So you split!
      1. BladeRunner
        BladeRunner 17 June 2016 16: 24
        0
        Israel and now from the Atlantic to the Indian. fellow
  20. Alex_T
    Alex_T 17 June 2016 11: 12
    0
    "Russia needs to prepare for this in order to prevent the enemy's superiority on the battlefield." Communication is disabled, the war is over.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 17 June 2016 12: 21
      0
      We have Uranium robotic combat systems.
  21. vadimtt
    vadimtt 17 June 2016 12: 02
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    AI literally in the last couple of years has been undergoing a new round of development after a long stagnation, moving away from the concept of a human-like neural network, which is still impossible in the implementation of the concept (hardware impossible, transistors are still too thick and consume a lot of energy). Deep learning networks (50 or more layers, not found in nature), coupled with self-assembling networks that self-learn in the process of "designing" themselves, is a new step to overcome the shortcomings of existing hardware. Where it will lead in 10-20 years is impossible to say. But the emergence of "strong" AI is just around the corner. Although, on the other hand, in the 60s they also believed that it was not far off, that here bully
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 17 June 2016 12: 23
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      Now, to create an AI, everything is a matter of financing only.
  22. certero
    certero 17 June 2016 12: 30
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    Quote: Vadim237
    Now, to create an AI, everything is a matter of financing only.

    AI promised 50 years ago. And also in five to ten years :) No funding will help to solve the problem until there is a genius who will figure out how the thoughts come up and how to do this with the computer. Or maybe this is generally impossible.
    Our Armata tank is just perfect for creating an autonomous device. I hope that Russia will continue to work ahead of the curve.
    1. vadimtt
      vadimtt 17 June 2016 13: 25
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      It's still scary to put autonomous electronic brains into a tank - what can come of it is well described in the story and shown in the cartoon of the same name "Polygon" already in 77th year of drawing hi
    2. Vadim237
      Vadim237 17 June 2016 14: 46
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      50 years ago there were no technical capabilities, and the performance of computers was like that of a calculator.
  23. bad
    bad 17 June 2016 13: 32
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    IMHO, as long as there are hundreds of ways to counter and simply destroy the robot by a person, a person will fight .. all robotic Pribluda at this time stage are unprofitable and ineffective .. any super-duper mattress robot is a high-tech carrier and not an effective and cheap combat unit that you need protect so that technology doesn’t get to the enemy .. output - in the next decade robots will not fight instead of humans .. but controlled robotic platforms like Uranus-6 will be .. either cheap, and angrily + human control ..
  24. CORNET
    CORNET 17 June 2016 14: 06
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    Here they are soldiers of the past and present, of the future .... Walk and look into their eyes! Nobody and nothing will stop them ... It's time to understand us Russian!
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    2. Vadim237
      Vadim237 17 June 2016 14: 49
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      Other soldiers will appear soon - in exoskeletons
      1. Blackmokona
        Blackmokona 17 June 2016 17: 21
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        Has already
        And what you show is already Power Armor
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 17 June 2016 18: 07
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          Well, I said soon, but what about the USA with HULK - did they accept it or not?
          1. Blackmokona
            Blackmokona 18 June 2016 09: 47
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            They have not accepted yet, as I recall, they sent him to Afghanistan to run in.
  25. Weyland
    Weyland 18 June 2016 00: 16
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    But not all military experts of the US Army are ready to provide robots with the right to use weapons without human intervention.

    By the way, who came up with the word "robot"? And how did it end in that book, remind?