Definitely go to link, I’m not reproducing the post here. Lots of text and video.
Get ready for the future way of waging war!
The good news, it’s probably not going to be a US government monopoly:
While teleoperation and telerobotics obviously have positive uses, the near term viability of low cost military robots is a potentially dangerous and destabilizing development. Various organizations from nations states to terrorist groups or just motivated individuals can build dangerous teleoperated devices. Moreover, it seems that attempts to limit the proliferation of combat robots of various types and models is going to be nearly impossible. Already modestly sophisticated groups can build robots; these systems do not entail particularly exotic technologies and therefore deadly robots are likely to be widely available. Actual combat performance might vary quite a bit of course; we wouldn’t expect a homebrew pig killing robot to defeat a real military system mano-a-mano.
Also, HUMINT (human intelligence) will become even more important. Infiltrating the meat puppets controlling the Terminators will be a primary military strategy.