DailyDirt: Give Me Liberty... Or Give Me Robot Armies?

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The robot apocalypse, depending on whom you believe, is steadily approaching. Robots are already fighting in battles all over the world, so maybe it's not such a crazy idea that they'd stop taking our direct orders someday. Here are some interesting examples of fighting machines that could be looking for John Connor in the near future (or alternate past). By the way, StumbleUpon can recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.
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    A Guy, 1 Jul 2011 @ 2:29am

    Liberty or robot armies....
    Liberty or robot armies....

    Damnit this is a hard one.
    How about a robot army to play with now and liberty later? (assuming I can be the general of course)

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