Now we can know when the robots turn on us

It just may turn out that the English will be all that remains of humanity.

Aside from being on an island blessed with natural resources and some pretty solid, if old, fortifications, England could be the best off should the robots rise up against us. Why? Because researchers at Cambridge are the only ones in the serious science community bold enough to study the risk of biotechnology, artificial life, nanotechnology and, of course, climate change from overthrowing humanity.

It’s about time the scientific community looks into what the science fiction community has been warning about for well over a century.

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