Israel Deploys Killer Military Robots Machine Guns to Palestinian Border

 

Alt: = "photo of Israeli robot machine gun, jaguar at palestinian border"
Israeli Robot Machine Gun, Jaguar at Gaza Border

The Jaguar robot is semi-autonomous, with capacity to drive itself to a designated target and spot obstacles on its way, but requires human operator to actually command the robot to fire it’s machine gun

Israel has sent heavily armed military robots called Jaguars  to guard the border to Gaza

The tank-like robots, Jaguars armed with 7.62 millimeter machine guns patrol the border between Gaza and Israel, according to the Daily Beast report.

The killer robots, the Jaguar have been pictured at the border. The Jaguars are deployed to disperse crowd and to shoot down any armed combatants trying to enter or fire rockets into Israel.

Read also: Highly Classified UK Military Documents on Secret Plan on Afghanistan Found at the Bus Stop

According to press release by Israeli military, the Jaguar robot is semi-autonomous, with capacity to drive itself to a designated target and spot obstacles on its way, but requires human operator to actually command the robot to fire it’s machine gun — or, if it’s compromised, to self-destruct.

Despite the fact that the robots need human operators to actually pull the trigger through a “point-and-shoot” interface, Jaguar’s software has the capability to automatically adjust its aim to have a better target of what it assumes the human operator was commanding it to shoot at, Daily Beast noted. That little add-on, and preprogrammed ability to fire automatically, in some cases,  is an indication that in near future killer robots will posses the ability to unilaterally select and fire human targets on their own volitions.

The Palestinian-Israeli border at Gaza is been guarded by thick walls, naval blockade, machine guns turrets, drones, and armed soldiers. The addition of  tank-like robots has made Palestine’s Gaza Strip a prison guard under lock and key. This will in no doubt heighten the tension in that region.

Related article: AirCar Completes First-ever Test Flight Between Cities, Covering 50 Miles


Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post