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Robot Wars: The Rise of the Machines


February 05, 2013

The UK is preparing to test a new supersonic stealth drone, seen as the next generation of front line bomber. Named after the Celtic god Taranis, the unmanned aircraft can evade radar and select its own targets. But as RT’s Sara Firth reports, experts are nervous about the beginning of ‘robot wars’.


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