Turkey's minister Varank said he believes Turkish drones will fly in the European skies in the near future.
Turkey’s latest drone takes its defence industry into the big leagues, among “the top three combat drone manufacturers in the world,” President Erdogan says.
After recent agreements with Poland and Ukraine, Albania will become the next buyer of Turkish combat drones, which are high in demand.
Poland becomes the first NATO country to purchase Turkish UAVs, which have proved their mettle in various high-intensity conflicts.
With its considerable line-up of ‘robo-snipers’, ‘suicide drones’ and ‘robattle’ battlefield robots, Israel’s defence industry is pushing the envelop of autonomous machines with only token human involvement.
The world is locked into an artificial intelligence arms race, and we may all be nearing the finish line.
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