May 29, 2017      

As the U.S. marks Memorial Day, it's time to pause and reflect on past wars and what can be done to avoid or win future conflicts. Defense automation is already big business, and military robotics and artificial intelligence applications promise to act as "force multipliers" and save lives. However, the specters of a new arms race and mutually assured destruction lurk in the background. Are you worried?

Just as automotive manufacturers are still the leading users of industrial automation, so to...

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