The Taranis drone is controlled by a human operator. But experts say software could allow for a robot to operate it and make life-or-death decisions.
The Taranis drone is controlled by a human operator. But experts say software could allow for a robot to operate it and make life-or-death decisions. BAE Systems BAE Systems
The Taranis drone is controlled by a human operator. But experts say software could allow for a robot to operate it and make life-or-death decisions. BAE Systems BAE Systems

Bicycles, pedestrians, city staffers, killer drones

May 14, 2015 05:00 PM