Polish media: Russians are very close to creating cybernetic soldiers


According to the latest data on the armament of the Russian army, robotic soldiers may soon appear in the country's troops. According to the head of the Advanced Research Foundation Vitaly Davydov, the living soldiers will soon be replaced by cybernetic soldiers - they will operate autonomously, more accurately and more selectively than people. It is reported by the Polish edition of Rzeczpospolita.


Davydov emphasized that cyber-soldiers are not a matter of the distant future, but of the immediate future. A large number of combat robots are already being tested at military training grounds. Russian "terminators", as reported, will have to not only act faster than ordinary soldiers, but also choose their goals for the attack.

Russia has long been working on the creation of cybernetic soldiers that could replace people on the battlefield. According to the Polish publication, the Russians are now very close to creating such robots - by 2025, the Kremlin plans to use them in military operations along with people. First, they are involved as support, and then as independent soldiers.


A year ago, the Marker robotic platform was used in the Russian army. Combat robots were tested in Syria, and were also used to protect the bases of the Russian fleet in the Far North.
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  1. Winnie Offline Winnie
    Winnie (Winnie) 18 May 2020 19: 40
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    Polish media: Russians are very close to creating cybernetic soldiers

    This completely contradicts the Russian concept of military robotics. For Russians, a combat robot is controlled by an operator. While the Americans are creating autonomous combat robots endowed with artificial intelligence.

  2. Winnie Offline Winnie
    Winnie (Winnie) 18 May 2020 19: 48
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    Russia has long been working on the creation of cybernetic soldiers that could replace people on the battlefield.

    While the Russians are working, the Americans have been successfully experiencing for a long time.

    1. de_monSher Offline de_monSher
      de_monSher (Cher) 19 May 2020 06: 25
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      Buddy, you, of course, excuse me, with ALL RESPECT to the guys from "Boston Dynamics" - they are ALL smart guys, they make great robots ... but nevertheless, some comrades who are not at all comrades like you are led on their own "cheap stuff", although it’s hard to call such a magnificent render from cheap "BossTown Dynamics". I hope you learned to read English, and you can distinguish Boston from Bosstown... if you haven’t studied it yet, teach, it will come in handy in life, honestly, and try to pass it off as a REAL test of a REAL robot ... you just have to sigh and shrug your hands, adding only - “The world keeps on fools” ... *) )))
      1. Winnie Offline Winnie
        Winnie (Winnie) 19 May 2020 07: 39
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        Dreaming is not bad! Harmful not to dream!
        Unfortunately, the Russian agitprom cannot even boast of such a video. crying
        Americans were born to make a fairy tale come true! And the success of Bosston Dynamics in robotics once again convinces of this. good
        In addition to the “copy machine” called the Fedor robot, Russian engineers have nothing to show. lol

    2. Kristallovich Online Kristallovich
      Kristallovich (Ruslan) 19 May 2020 11: 26
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      Naive ... This is a montage. This is not a robot ... A parody of Boston Dynamics.

      Here is another hat. At the end of the video shows how to shoot ...

      1. Winnie Offline Winnie
        Winnie (Winnie) 19 May 2020 18: 18
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        You did not understand. You wrote a comment on the wrong video. In my commentary video from Real Boston Dynamics!
        Please be more attentive.
        1. Kristallovich Online Kristallovich
          Kristallovich (Ruslan) 19 May 2020 18: 29
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          All to that, to the first ... Just new comments are always published below.
  3. de_monSher Offline de_monSher
    de_monSher (Cher) 19 May 2020 06: 45
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    That's how the guys from "BossTown Dynamics".
    1. Winnie Offline Winnie
      Winnie (Winnie) 19 May 2020 07: 54
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      Well done boys! They have creative thinking. And most importantly, opportunities. wink
      1. de_monSher Offline de_monSher
        de_monSher (Cher) 19 May 2020 16: 44
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        Yes, for God's sake ... *))) I'm not saying that they are not great ... *))) I even stressed that they are very smart guys - Boston Dynamics. And their robots are cool - the same Robomul or Atlas. I also respect the quality CGI from BossTown. Just the whole question You are lying? *))) You personally have zero creativity. Agitprop is no leader of you either.
        1. Winnie Offline Winnie
          Winnie (Winnie) 19 May 2020 20: 48
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          Are you lying? *)))

          And what am I lying to? The fact that "the Americans have long been successfully experiencing." So it is true. You yourself are well aware of the successful Boston Dinamics robots.
          Regarding the attached video. This is exactly the same ADVERTISING PROMOROLIK as those that Putin demonstrated in his message to the Federal Assembly 2018! Why don't you say that Putin?

          You personally have zero creativity.

          I do not pretend. I manage what I have.

          Agitprop is no leader of you either.

          I don’t even dream.

          PS I look, you are very tense. Please do not be nervous, otherwise there will be no milk. lol
          1. Winnie Offline Winnie
            Winnie (Winnie) 19 May 2020 20: 51
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            Why don't you say Putin?

            Censorship removed the word you called me after the word Putin.
          2. de_monSher Offline de_monSher
            de_monSher (Cher) 20 May 2020 06: 17
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            Yes, you do not worry about my "stress", or "lack of milk." But I don’t care about Putin at all - it’s you popping him up about it and for no reason, he’s just your fetish ... I’m generally a citizen of another country, I have enough of my "grief of politicians and leaders ... *)))) what, so immediately, "Putin .... Putin ... Putin." AND? So what? Well, you cast your “spell” once again, so what? Regarding the video, specifically to you - there is nothing to wag your ass. You set the video, and APPROVED that these are real shots. This is YOUR reality and your "work" method. The rest is all words ... snot and drool ...)))
            1. Winnie Offline Winnie
              Winnie (Winnie) 30 May 2020 01: 09
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              I am generally a citizen of another country

              It is deeply parallel to me in which Honduras you live, in this or that. Putin is a separate issue. To the side. As for you.

              You set the video, and APPROVED that these are real shots.

              Where is it written that these are real shots ???

              This is YOUR reality and your "work" method.

              In the Russian Federation, unfortunately, there is no such reality and, most likely, it will not. There are many reasons. I will not discuss. It's obvious.
              "Your method of" work "." What is this about? This is not a "work", but a statement of facts.
  4. Winnie Offline Winnie
    Winnie (Winnie) 19 May 2020 18: 37
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    Davydov emphasized that cyber-soldiers are not a matter of the distant future, but of the immediate future. A large number of combat robots are already being tested at military training grounds. Russian "terminators", as reported, will have to not only act faster than ordinary soldiers, but also choose their goals for the attack.

    With all due respect to the development of Boston Dynamics (Fedor’s robot doesn’t count), in my opinion android robots are a dead end in the development of combat robots. Killer drones are much more efficient. They may well replace nuclear weapons in the future.

    1. de_monSher Offline de_monSher
      de_monSher (Cher) 20 May 2020 06: 33
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      Nuuuuu ...)))) In the conditions of modern combined arms combat, with the massive use of electronic warfare systems, the advantages of these your "toys" are not obvious, as it were. They are good to frighten the king of the Mumba-Yumba tribe, who has one and a half ancient Aluet helicopters and two ZU-23 anti-aircraft guns from aviation and air defense ...))) In general, there’s nothing for you to advertise garbage here ... And about Boston Dynamics - here you are fundamentally wrong. Well done guys, then how their development will come in handy ... not for war, but still for research on the Solar System ... And your favorite American military toys, their advertising is tired ...)))
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      2. Winnie Offline Winnie
        Winnie (Winnie) 30 May 2020 01: 38
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        Why so immediately, combined arms combat? Are there really few strategically important rear facilities where there are no EWs? In addition, EW can be suppressed in the same way.

        In general, there’s nothing for you to advertise garbage here ...

        Unfortunately, this is not garbage, but the weapon of the future potential adversary. And to be ready to withstand it, you must have something other than sapper blades.
  5. alexey alexeyev Offline alexey alexeyev
    alexey alexeyev (Alexey Alekseev) 23 May 2020 11: 47
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    What is the name of the newspaper? Rzhach after a liter ... Well, well.
  6. shinobi Offline shinobi
    shinobi (Yuri) 26 May 2020 13: 35
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    Android as a combat robot is a lot of fiction, there it will remain, like all the "walking" cars. Technologically not profitable. This is about the debaters above. Few people drew attention to one detail in the video, the operator (a soldier in a warrior with AK-12) only selects targets. The drone itself moves along the route and maintains the situation. The Yankee does not deal with this drone, it requires the presence of a separate control operator and an entire AWACS to monitor if the drone is flying. This suggests that the drone is integrated into the VIUS and independently uses its information. What the Americans are close to, despite all their “advanced technologies” at the end of the last century and blah blah blah about network-centric wars. They have a human operator at all stages of management, who constantly makes mistakes and makes mistakes more often than cars. In fact, most of their drones are large radio-controlled toys. After the AI ​​of our small cyber-soldiers is brought to mind, and this is only in real battles, it will come to big ones. And there are already prototypes. Fly, swim, ride.
    1. Winnie Offline Winnie
      Winnie (Winnie) 30 May 2020 01: 51
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      the operator (a soldier in Ratnik with AK-12) only selects targets.

      This is a weak link because the operator is on the battlefield. And without it, a car is just a pile of metal.
      In amers, AI controls the drones, which independently selects and hits the primary targets.
      1. shinobi Offline shinobi
        shinobi (Yuri) 30 May 2020 03: 03
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        I agree, but this is so far. Although, on the other hand, who, if not a soldier, on the battlefield most of all possesses operational and tactical information on the situation and priorities of the goals.