Equipping miniature tactical robots with various weapons—including mini-missiles—is not new, but it still catches the attention of ground force commanders and security experts. Case in point: one particularly lethal variation of the idea was recently announced by General Robotics Ltd. of Israel.  Called Dogo (the name derives from an Argentinian mastiff), the man-portable, remote-controlled vehicle is said to be the first such robot with integral armament, in this case a ...

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