Lockheed Martin’s autonomous convoy tests bring Skynet one step closer to reality – Engadget

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Drones delivering your latest George R.R Martin instalment? Cute. But the real work of autonomous vehicles is being pioneered in the military. Lockheed Martin has recently completed testing of full autonomous convoys in Fort Hood, Texas. The test is part of
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