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Robot Warfare: A History of Military Robots from World War II to the Present

You can partially control who you want to fight by not upgrading robots or weapons very high, matchmaking tries to adapt to your current hanger and give you opponents that aren't so difficult, in fact you could easily kill them if you have the right equipment. You could try to take advantage of this, but eventually as you level up, you would be facing much difficult opponents.

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Hanger power is the overall power of all your weapons and robots, the more upgrade they are, the more powerful they get. This aspect is not only for statistics, but has some influence in the matchmaking. Obviously, players with powerful hangers would face against other players with powerful hangers and players that don't have a decent hanger would be facing against players with the same thing. This also affects bots in a few ways, such as their robots - they change accordingly to your hanger power.

Almost every Bot has a drone tailored to it, mostly these drones wield kinetic weapons such as the Dragonfly, Separator or Mjolnir. With some shop bots like the Predator, they wield splash damage weapons like the Wasp. These Bots & Drones don't use any powerful setups like Wasp & Hornet, but instead use the default weapon setup on their current robot. Which would make them quite weak in most 1v1 fights, but for some powerful robots like the Paladin, they would do fine in a 1v1.

Bots would always use Storage and Shop Bots that are very close to your current level. Say if you were using a Predator, they would use Predator as well, but also use Hercules, Grizzly and Echo. As far as observations go, they change their robots every 5 - 8 levels your account gains or so in order to provide a challenging but not difficult opponent.

Unlike how most games require you to aim and shoot, Robot Warfare has Auto Aim. Which allows any weapon that doesn't utilize rockets, to have 100% accuracy when attacking a robot. This is particularly useful to players that have bad aiming skills.

In Robot Warfare, robots enter the battlefield via drop pod. Though there isn't an actually 'pod' that the robot rides in, instead they appear as a fireball in the sky. Once the fireball hits the ground, a lot of dirt and rock flies into the air and dissipates after a few seconds. While you are in the pod, you can move and rotate the pod in any direction. Please keep in mind that your ability to move around will decrease as you get close to the ground, also that you cannot exit any map due to invisible barriers.

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Now the great thing about this feature is the damage the pod does once it hits the ground, the splash radius is indicated by a red circle. The damage depends on what robot you use and how highly upgraded they, a level 1 Predator wouldn't do as much damage when compared to a level 1 Paladin. Now most robots cannot escape your pod if you chose to land on them, most of the time you would only deal damage equivalent to 40% of a robots health (It can be much higher).

Before, almost all powerful weapons and robots were only purchasable with large amounts of gold. Which many players didn't like, so the developers introduced a Workshop. Where you produce components for certain robots or weapons, at the same time all shop weapons and robots (except Predator) were able to be purchased with 10,000 components.

You unlock the Workshop when your account reaches level 5, then you can start producing a few things. Obviously, your workshop would be at level 1 to begin with, you level up your Workshop by simply producing packets of components. Every packet takes 4 hours to produce, however the component yield is different depending on robot or weapon. Gradually, you will unlock more powerful robots and weapons that you can produce. You can also produce parts, which are used to buy components for weapons or robots, silver, gold and sometimes premium in the parts shop. You will have 6 items available for purchase with their own price for parts, the cost and quantity of each item can vary, these items are only purchasable once and will disappear once you purchase them. every 24 hours, new items are available for purchase in the parts shop. You can also unlock 3 slots for 3 new items when you press the 'Accelerate' button beside the items on your right, for 100 gold.

One important thing to keep in mind is that for each weapon and robot, there is a limited number of components you can produce before they become unavailable for production. Usually, light weapons like the Phantom or Ghost have enough components for them to be produced twice, while heavy weapons like Banshee or Hornet and shop robots like Watcher or Bison have enough components to be produced only once. Once a certain weapon or robot runs out of producible components, they aren't replenished after that. No matter how long you wait. However, you can produce Parts, which aren't limited after all else is depleted.

This is a call for the prohibition of autonomous lethal targeting by free-ranging robots. This article will first point out the three main international humanitarian law (IHL)/ethical issues with armed autonomous robots and then move on to discuss a major stumbling block to their evitability: misunderstandings about the limitations of robotic systems and artificial intelligence. This is partly due to a mythical narrative from science fiction and the media, but the real danger is in the language being used by military researchers and others to describe robots and what they can do. The article will look at some anthropomorphic ways that robots have been discussed by the military and then go on to provide a robotics case study in which the language used obfuscates the IHL issues. Finally, the article will look at problems with some of the current legal instruments and suggest a way forward to prohibition.Keywords: autonomous robot warfare, armed autonomous robots, lethal autonomy, artificial intelligence, international humanitarian law.

Broadly defined, military robots date back to World War II and the Cold War in the form of the German Goliath tracked mines and the Soviet teletanks. The introduction of the MQ-1 Predator drone was when "CIA officers began to see the first practical returns on their decade-old fantasy of using aerial robots to collect intelligence".[1]

The use of robots in warfare, although traditionally a topic for science fiction, is being researched as a possible future means of fighting wars. Already several military robots have been developed by various armies. Some believe the future of modern warfare will be fought by automated weapons systems.[2] The U.S. military is investing heavily in the RQ-1 Predator, which can be armed with air-to-ground missiles and remotely operated from a command center in reconnaissance roles. DARPA has hosted competitions in 2004 & 2005 to involve private companies and universities to develop unmanned ground vehicles to navigate through rough terrain in the Mojave Desert for a final prize of 2 million.[3]

There have been some developments towards developing autonomous fighter jets and bombers.[4] The use of autonomous fighters and bombers to destroy enemy targets is especially promising because of the lack of training required for robotic pilots, autonomous planes are capable of performing maneuvers which could not otherwise be done with human pilots (due to high amount of G-force), plane designs do not require a life support system, and a loss of a plane does not mean a loss of a pilot. However, the largest drawback to robotics is their inability to accommodate for non-standard conditions. Advances in artificial intelligence in the near future may help to rectify this.

Autonomous robotics would save and preserve soldiers' lives by removing serving soldiers, who might otherwise be killed, from the battlefield. Lt. Gen. Richard Lynch of the United States Army Installation Management Command and assistant Army chief of staff for installation stated at a 2011 conference:

Increasing attention is also paid to how to make the robots more autonomous, with a view of eventually allowing them to operate on their own for extended periods of time, possibly behind enemy lines. For such functions, systems like the Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot are being tried, which is intended to gain its own energy by foraging for plant matter. The majority of military robots are tele-operated and not equipped with weapons; they are used for reconnaissance, surveillance, sniper detection, neutralizing explosive devices, etc. Current robots that are equipped with weapons are tele-operated so they are not capable of taking lives autonomously.[19] Advantages regarding the lack of emotion and passion in robotic combat is also taken into consideration as a beneficial factor in significantly reducing instances of unethical behavior in wartime. Autonomous machines are created not to be "truly 'ethical' robots", yet ones that comply with the laws of war (LOW) and rules of engagement (ROE).[20] Hence the fatigue, stress, emotion, adrenaline, etc. that affect a human soldier's rash decisions are removed; there will be no effect on the battlefield caused by the decisions made by the individual.

American soldiers have been known to name the robots that serve alongside them. These names are often in honor of human friends, family, celebrities, pets, or are eponymic.[25] The 'gender' assigned to the robot may be related to the marital status of its operator.[25]

Some affixed fictitious medals to battle-hardened robots, and even held funerals for destroyed robots.[25] An interview of 23 explosive ordnance detection members shows that while they feel it is better to lose a robot than a human, they also felt anger and a sense of loss if they were destroyed.[25] A survey of 746 people in the military showed that 80% either 'liked' or 'loved' their military robots, with more affection being shown towards ground rather than aerial robots.[25] Surviving dangerous combat situations together increased the level of bonding between soldier and robot, and current and future advances in artificial intelligence may further intensify the bond with the military robots.[25]


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