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US Army Invests $1 Billion To Make Iron Man Like Robotic Army | Innovation Discoveries

The US military has decided to invest at least $1 billion in the next few years to develop iron man like robots which will be used as the combat troops. The US military is already making use of the robots in different capacities such as in scouting and bomb disposal.

The new robots will be performing more sophisticated tasks like carrying the gear of soldiers, taking complex reconnaissance and detecting dangerous chemicals.
This is an exciting time to be working on robots with the Army.

The US Army has signed a contract to Endeavor Robotics and QinetiQ North America which is based out of Massachusetts for $429.1 million. Endeavor has also signed a separate contract for the Marine Corps and Army in the recent months as the US Pentagon has pushed for robots in a wide range.

The induction of Iron Man robots in the army will not only make things easier for the troops but it will also protect them from fetal scenarios. The robots will soon be used by many in everyday life and it’s not confirmed that the armies all over the world will have the less advanced technology. China and US are already having an arms race between them.

The US military is using the tech because «it thinks it can be applied to certain problems and help save money.
Critics are saying that it will be better if the issues of accountability are solved instead of applying a total ban on them.

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