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teeray

Member Since 10 Jan 2011
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In Topic: What US military is developing now?

Yesterday, 11:34 PM

It is cheaper. One soldiers cost something like $300k over 4 years salary wise, food, clothes, training after that military will support soldier for a long time. Total cost can be in millions. After programming and design completed, it will maybe cost $15k-$20k per robot and robot can serve until destroyed or scrapped. You build an army for 2 million robots and just hire engineers and programmers to maintain them...

Key phrase there is after programming and design. The level of sophistication to create a robot army, I am willing to bet one robot would costs millions if not tens of millions to program and build.

Maybe not, but I think they would be expensive to not only be mobile, but have the ability to be effective and reponsive in an actual war situation.

In Topic: An updated look at MKG's jumpshot

Yesterday, 10:15 PM

Looks good. Will hold my enthusiasm until he does it at full speed in real game situations

In Topic: When is the schedule released?

Yesterday, 10:13 PM

Thanks. I am going to be at opening night if I have to mug someone

In Topic: Pats claim RB Tyler Gaffney off waivers

Yesterday, 10:11 PM

You're a fuging moron

Why? You have one of the 4 best QBs in the NFL, a poo ton of draft picks every year, you play in the weak ass AFC East.

No Super Bowl wins in a decade, and none in a year Tom Brady has thrown 30+ TDs in a season.

Why are they so great again? Cause they pad the wins in the AFC East?

In Topic: What US military is developing now?

Yesterday, 10:06 PM

When traumatic injuries and loss of soldiers lives are no longer part of the equation in determining if our nation should start yet another war, will the likelihood of conflict increase or decrease?

We are a country that has been at war since 2001. I doubt the age of robotic soldiers will encourage greater use of restraint and diplomacy by our national leadership.


That is a good question. But if each robot costs 50 million dollars it actually may not have much affect at all.

If they are cheaper, blowing up each other's robots isn't going to resolve much as there is no real consequence I could see it being effective against countries that would not be able to afford their own robots.

I don't know. Interesting question

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