Robocop joins Dubai police to fight real life crime

DUBAI (Reuters) - A robotic policeman which can help identify wanted criminals and collect evidence has joined Dubai's police force and will patrol busy areas in the city, as part of a government program aimed at replacing some human crime-fighters with machines.

Reuters Oddly Enough - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 11:45:23 -0400

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