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Autonomous non-violent agents -- protest bots who spread peace, not war

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
January 20, 2006
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Everything is more fun with robots, even anti-war marches, and some Spanish activists who were inspired by the Pentagon's own efforts towards robot soldiers are planning on robot demonstrators for next year's G8 summit in Germany. La Fabricadecosasbonitas (The Factory of Pretty Things) has scored some funding to continue the project, and they should have a 20 member, remote-controlled, sign-weilding protest army ready for 2007.

[Via Robot Gossip]



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