I suspect they are just collecting intelligence about our emergency response units.
Trust no robot!
Perhaps somewhat tired of fighting humanity's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, combat robots are now following the path trodden by many a retiring meatsack warrior: they are joining the fire brigade. However, just as in the military, the droids tend to get used for the most dangerous jobs. In the case of the London fire brigade, …
can't even keep his kneejerk antimilitary bias from showing on what can be a very effective and promising civil technology application. He can't rant about the tech so manages to appease his masters with some political statement on what he remembers as the first deployment of these devices, in combat. of course completely missing the fact the technology was already tested and deployed in civilian police forces for bomb disposal-the same field LP claims to have experience in.
An order of technology review without the drooling masturbatory leftist critique to go, please! It's starting to smell a lot like Slashdot in here.
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