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February 20, 2009

Warrior Code

Filed under: life — Tags: , , — zproxy @ 7:18 am

[…]We are going to need a warrior code.

[…]How do we protect our robot armies against terrorist hackers or software malfunction? Who is to blame if a robot goes berserk in a crowd of civilians—the robot, its programmer or the US president? Should the robots have a “suicide switch” and should they be programmed to preserve their lives

Scary huh? This reminds me a video game from 1995 – Crusader: No Remorse and Crusader: No Regret (details, tools) That game had lots of those warrior robots in it.

Download Crusader 1: No Remorse and Crusader 2 – No Regret.

If you are running Vista like me, remember to unmute dosbox if applicable.

[…]  that people liked to break things, and then showed him how much fun it was – even without an enemy in the room – to just unload machine gun clips and RPGs into a room that behaved like it might in the real world. Glass walls shattered, computers and monitors exploded, chairs spun, cameras were blown to bits and stopped moving, and doors were blasted apart.

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