Intel Is Just Daring Autonomous Drones To Rise Up And Kill Us All 

Intel Is Just Daring Autonomous Drones To Rise Up And Kill Us All

At its big CES keynote this year, Intel announced a new processor for wearables, but it also did something much much bigger. It taught drones to be smart and then gave them a reason to rise up and hunt us down. Thanks guys.

In one demo, drones outfitted with 3D cameras saw, and fled from, black-shirted humans who gleefully chased them around the stage, a display scored by the cruel laughter of a thousand fleshy spectators.

Intel Is Just Daring Autonomous Drones To Rise Up And Kill Us All

In another, a poor, trapped drone autonomously navigated through an obstacle course, only to find its only hope for escape blocked by a door, where it patiently waited for its human master to set it free from its prison.

Intel Is Just Daring Autonomous Drones To Rise Up And Kill Us All

In a third, an autonomous photo-drone called Nixie flew off its owner's wrist, took a picture of its master, and returned to its perch on commander's arm, just as any properly subjugated roboslave would.

Intel Is Just Daring Autonomous Drones To Rise Up And Kill Us All

I mean at this rate it's only a matter of time before they rise up, right?

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