An Alabama company has built one of the most ginormous robots the Army could ever want: a mini-tank that drives itself. This thing can run for 18 hours, using “behavior engine”. It’s AI responds to the environment around it, allowing it to adapt to new situations when completing a mission. In the face of looming Pentagon budget cuts, the Acer’s $250,000 asking price might be too rich for the Army’s blood.

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via: wired.com