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    A military Robot

    Uploaded on Dec 30, 2010

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    Speech - Nuclear weapons vs. killer robots
    April 17, 2013

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    Eighth Annual Conference: Robotics on the Battlefield: The Coming Swarm

    Published on Jun 20, 2014

    20YY Warfare Initiative Project Director Paul Scharre delivers a presentation on autonomous technologies and unmanned systems at CNAS #39; Eighth Annual National Security Conference.

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    Article "Medics Prepare For Battlefield Trauma In Oculus Rift, Without Leaving Their Chair"
    Can a virtual reality training tool ever prepare someone for what it's like to be on the front line? Or will it do more harm than good?

    by Sydney Brownstone
    July 14, 2014

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    The Future of Weapons: Advanced Warfighting Experiment

    Published on Sep 4, 2014

    The United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab conducted an Advanced Warfighting Experiment as part of the Rim of the Pacific Exercise July 9 - 14, 2014. As threats to America's global interests evolve and manifest in new ways, the Marine Corps will step out smartly to assess its own methodologies, composition and equipment requirements to ensure effectiveness in a rapidly changing environment. The AWE is part of the Marine Corps' commitment to rebalance and posture itself for future security environments around the world.
    Video by Kyle OIson

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    Real Tracking and Shooting Portal Turret

    Published on May 9, 2012

    This is the final project for my Advanced Mechatronics class at Penn State University. The robot is the skeleton of a turret from the game Portal that uses an IP webcam to track a target and fire nerf bullets at them. This is the current state of the robot as of 5/9/12, but I am currently molding a shell for the frame to make it look like the Portal turret, along with improving my code to make the tracking faster. All programming is done with MATLAB and Arduino. Enjoy!

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    Robot warriors: technology and the regulation of war | Professor Noam Lubell | TEDxUniversityofEssex

    Published on Nov 5, 2014

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. War hasn’t gone away, but the way we fight has been fundamentally transformed by technological developments.

    The legal regulation of war accepts that we will be unlikely to rid the world of conflict, and revolves around the balancing of military necessity and the principle of humanity.

    It’s not always a case of military needs coming at the expense of protections – it’s also possible that new technologies might offer advantages in the protection of civilians and more generally minimising the destructive nature of war.

    Noam Lubell is a Professor in the School of Law at the University of Essex. He has taught courses on international human rights law and the laws of armed conflict in a number of academic institutions, including the University of Essex, the National University of Ireland, the University of Oxford, the Geneva Academy, and as a Visiting Professor at Case Western Reserve University in the United States. Professor Lubell holds the Swiss Chair of International Humanitarian Law, at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, and is the Rapporteur of the International Law Association's Committee on the Use of Force.

    In addition to his academic work, during the last fifteen years Professor Lubell has worked for various organisations including human rights NGOs dealing with the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, as Outreach Coordinator, International Law Advisor, and Director of a Prisoners and Detainees Project. From 2007-2011 he was a member of the Executive Committee of Amnesty International (Ireland). He has taught, researched and published on a variety of topics in the fields of international human rights law and the law of armed conflict. His recent book is Extraterritorial Force Against Non-state Actors (Oxford University Press).

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    Lt. Scott Cheney-Peters on Exosuit Development

    Published on Jan 12, 2015

    Lt. Cheney-Peters explores the use of exosuits in the maritime domain.

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    Division of unmanned aircraft ARMY SOS conducts aerial reconnaissance in Donetsk airport, Ukraine
    January 15, 2015

    Published on Jan 16, 2015

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    Vladimir Putin inspected the combat robot avatar in action

    Published on Jan 20, 2015

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