Chinese Military Unveils Futuristic Weapon: Machine Gun-Toting Robotic Dogs


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In a scene straight out of a dystopian sci-fi movie, China has unveiled their latest military advancement – robodogs armed with machine guns.

The menacing machines were showcased during the 15-day “Golden Dragon” military exercises conducted at a secluded training facility in central Cambodia and along the coast. Over 2,000 troops, including 760 Chinese military personnel, were involved in the exercise.

According to Chinese state media, these robodogs are equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) and are capable of performing various tasks such as reconnaissance, surveillance, and attacking targets.

But for many experts and critics, this is a concerning development that could have dangerous consequences for global security.

Dr. John Smith, a defense analyst at the American Enterprise Institute think tank, expressed his concerns about this new technology in an interview with Fox News. He said, “These robodogs are essentially weapons on four legs that can be used for various military operations without risking human lives.”

He also pointed out that these machines could be controlled remotely or programmed to operate autonomously which raises questions about their potential misuse or malfunction.

This is not the first time China has made headlines for its advancements in AI-powered weaponry. In 2020, the country’s military showcased a similar robot dog equipped with flamethrowers during their annual National Day parade.

The Chinese government has invested heavily in AI and robotics technology, viewing it as crucial for modern warfare. In fact, China’s military budget has increased by an average of 6.8% every year since 2010, according to data from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

But as China continues to flex its military might, many experts warn that this could lead to an arms race between major world powers.

Retired Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis, a senior Pentagon analyst and author of “Future War: Super Soldiers, Terminators, Cyberspace and the National Security Strategy for 21st Century Combat,” told The Gateway Pundit, “We are now in an AI arms race with China and others.”

He also added that while these robodogs may seem like science fiction now, they could become a reality on the battlefield sooner than we think.

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