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RT America 8 Nov 2019

Tomorrow's robots may want to kill you


The Pentagon is developing robots with the capability of following orders without close human supervision. The goal is to have autonomous robots that act as soldiers. But theoretical physicist Michio Kaku warns that robots will one day become "as smart as monkeys" and will possess "murderous thoughts about humans." Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins Steve Malzberg (in for Scottie Nell Hughes) to discuss the implications.

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