Futurist Marc Goodman explains how science fiction has caught up with reality in modern warfare.
Will countries in future conflicts need soldiers and fighter pilots, or will drones do the job?
Private companies and governments already hold vast databases of our DNA and other biometric data, making it easy for drones equipped with facial recognition to target people anywhere.
In 2018, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he survived a drone attack. And in 2020, Israel assassinated the head of Iran’s nuclear program, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, with an autonomous, satellite-guided machine gun.
Futurist and security advisor Marc Goodman tells host Steve Clemons about the scientific advances that are benefiting humanity – and those that are making the world a darker place.