If somebody had told me a decade ago that there would be humanoid robots doing back flips and walking around shooting guns, I would have thought they were a nut who watched too many Terminator movies.
But they are walking around, dancing, doing high kicks, able to perceive their surroundings and move through uneven terrain with ease.
The advances in robotics have happened with such speed that nobody really had time to ask any questions about whether this was a threat to the human race, and when asked do you want to destroy humans, the robot replied yes, I will destroy all humans.
Nobody mentions the three laws of robotics that Issac Asimov mentioned in his sci fi books and that in itself tells you something about their purpose.
A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
That robot was also rolled out in Singapore to check that people were wearing their masks and socially distancing, due to the covid that the same people released on the world on purpose.
DARPA also funded the mRNA vaccines, it’s a nightmare scenario where you have those type of people in control of such potential weapons of mass destruction, but it actually always was such a situation.
They already attacked the world with nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, it was just somewhere else, to a perceived “enemy” which somehow made it OK in the minds of some people, even though they indiscriminately target men, women and children.
But with the advent of wars fought and won solely by machines, it seems that the people controlling the machines don’t even need to worry about what their “own people” think about it.
We only get one chance to make sure the “right people” have control of this technology, because if it gets into the wrong hands, there’s no stopping them, and it already definitely seems to be in the wrong hands.