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America’s cash-free future is just around the corner

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Shake Shack’s next burger joint at Astor Place in NYC doesn’t want your money — at least not the physical variety. In an effort to reduce the “friction time” between paying for your meal and eating it, the company plans to replace human cashiers for…

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Will we be able to control the killer robots of tomorrow?

By AI, bae taranis, bgm-109 tomahawk, China, column, day of defeat: source, engadget, israel, korean demilitarized zone, mim-104 patriot, ministry of defence, mod, mosul, pandoras box, paul j., Pentagon, proportionality, robots, russia, sense, sharkey, The Wall Street Journal, tomorrow, u.s. departement of defense, united kingdom, united nations, united states, university of sheffield, v-2, vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff

From ship-hunting Tomahawk missiles and sub-spying drone ships to semi-autonomous UAV swarms and situationally-aware reconnaissance robots, the Pentagon has long sought to protect its human forces with the use of robotic weapons. But as these …

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Will we be able to control the killer robots of tomorrow?

By AI, bae taranis, bgm-109 tomahawk, China, column, day of defeat: source, engadget, israel, korean demilitarized zone, mim-104 patriot, ministry of defence, mod, mosul, pandoras box, paul j., Pentagon, proportionality, robots, russia, sense, sharkey, The Wall Street Journal, tomorrow, u.s. departement of defense, united kingdom, united nations, united states, university of sheffield, v-2, vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff

From ship-hunting Tomahawk missiles and sub-spying drone ships to semi-autonomous UAV swarms and situationally-aware reconnaissance robots, the Pentagon has long sought to protect its human forces with the use of robotic weapons. But as these …

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