Modern warfare will have robots in the future, British Army ad

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Modern warfare will have robots in the future, British Army ad” – below is their description.

This is what modern warfare with robots will look like in the future, British Army: The British Army has launched a new recruitment drive featuring robots. The campaign called Nothing Can Do What A Soldier Can Do contains the message that while new technologies are being used by troops in battle, the future of UK defence will be underpinned by soldiers.

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