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And weapons Allison -- a defense specialist in war games columnist with foxnews.com is here in the studio.
What did you think everybody should be allowed to buy any weapon they like for the what.
Now and actually it's funny because last week I had it.
People are heating neat because I covered a self guided bullet and I was raising concerns that the before this Batman and the self guided bullet which -- -- to make any average -- sniper to want to thank you abilities and literally it was a day before and has here on fox talking about my concerns about.
The skinny -- civilians -- -- imagine I was -- hate mail but you have -- but.
It's it's for these reasons and it is putting a sniper like capability remember that you know DC sniper yeah that yeah perfect example.
Here this guy doesn't have any skills or training and still managed to inflict a lot -- Really I mean I just don't understand.
Clearly 'cause I'm stupid because most of our view is -- -- suggesting.
Why anybody needs that array of weapons yes having guns doing -- with a yes hunting weapons.
It's AK 47 is.
Self guided bullets.
Rocket propelled grenades what does it and come home.
But it just seems to make sense critics construct -- Canada one of these weapons you know shows that I continue and that the peace protestors actually bought a tank -- -- and drove it to.
Protests -- -- -- day but -- in London you can and I.
-- take them forever to get not did not.
That's a non event that's the one just.
-- -- for having a tank right now driving through the streets of London trying to get to the Olympics it's probably the only way you'll make it.
-- Alison we got you didn't they never got a potential it's gonna from the gun debate because before everybody that's probably -- lynch mob outside 1211 here right now waiting for me when I go down there.
Armed to the teeth.
But he -- -- we got you here today to talk about the humanoid.
Road Baltic Olympics -- this whole want to humanoid robotics it sounds like a contradiction to merely humans or -- It's been a box right attempting to answer simulate human -- -- okay isn't and it's a you know Johnny five to prevent reviewers that mimic them.
It is saying that does not he gets tough -- So right so -- robots that they want to be able to perform human like function right so -- -- -- agree that implications.
Yes and the idea is it terminator is the best -- -- explain -- that's -- ultimate and goal.
You're so far from that I can you need to tell you still have this treads and they think trends in ruins at pressing -- -- -- about on the same issue as optimistic we just did not come to fine.
I think this is timely for two reasons and obviously there's the Olympics in allegedly talking about the fact there's going to be as being kind of robots humanoid Olympics in October -- But really what it points -- Jonathan is the fact that we're -- so far behind in technology we as in the United States really.
Asia so I mean just absolutely outstripped us it's -- -- acts quite embarrassing it's embark on this side of the pond and -- but they do that they've made a lot of progress for this human rights South Korea wants -- -- all through terminator style.
The -- I didn't.
Clearly Gary Kubiak I don't need to says he and it would totally change the terms that came in whichever country comes up with first -- from new -- robots.
Were why are we wireless lagging behind is not that we lack the brains of the talent or.
The well to do it it's it's the finance and it's come down to it would DARPA is done which is really quite Smart and I like this approach they do is.
They open up and is actually global competitions it's not just when it's the United States.
-- can be an individual senators are working on your robot in your garage.
Do you feel free day in and join in and made -- want to encourage all comers to really push the envelope on an invasion try to get the United States up to speed.
So the goal is Omaha robotic.
A Bentsen when astronauts -- -- his exciting say as the Olympic event.
If you even just getting a robot to open handle is incredibly complicated.
-- made some progress on that the walking is incredibly difficult but.
The year old private companies developing these things are looking to military contracts is that would that's why the putting these -- on display they're welcoming anyone it really isn't competition and the prize incidental gold medalist two million dollars to run upshot it.
-- -- sort of regretting not -- you know what is essentially yeah.
-- -- in October.
And it's going to serve five -- -- will sponsor these you know it's -- individual university.
Been sort of the winners of these competitions they'll give them some financing to help them go forward and -- -- -- -- where does it take place.
I imagine we'll be testing that they're I've been offering virtual -- as a licensing okay.
Company and hasn't you know apparently in.
My -- is testing locations of other outlets MacBook was actually action.
I'll get -- it'll be fascinating what you have bring some pictures back with a when he gets it will this all right Alison great to see Allison -- defense specialists in war games columnist -- foxnews.com.
-- check cat and her latest article there it is gold silver bronze -- on the robot Olympics set to begin great to see announcer the ultra concern.
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