Robot Warriors

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Crabtree Publishing Company, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Robot systems that include sky-spies and rocket-firing aircraft have moved the science fiction of yesterday into the reality of warfare today. Robot Warriors examines the use of robots in battle as well as in other dangerous, life-threatening jobs. Also explored are machines with more peaceful jobs, such as robots that stand duty as police guards, bomb disposal crews, and anti-terrorist sentries.

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This book by David Jefferis Talks about robots that special in a way that is awesome. There good in combat. Talks about the future of technology and talks about fictional robots like ED 209 from ... Read full review

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Full-Text Review Library Media Connection (October 2007) This series would be excellent for even older reluctant readers who will initially be attracted by the covers and topics. Colorful pictures ... Read full review

Contents

BATTLE MACHINES How automated fighting machines developed
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O SENSORS AND COMPUTERS Looking at robotic control and computer equipment
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1D ROBOT ARMY Robotic gadgets are taking over on the battlefield
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