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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Matthew Mason
The American troops who died aboard a downed helicopter in Afghanistan came to the special forces from far-flung corners of the country, some motivated by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. They were intensely patriotic and talented young men with a love of physical challenges and a passion for the high-risk job they chose.
They came to the special operations forces from far-flung corners of the country - some of them motivated by the 9/11 attacks that Osama bin Laden masterminded. They were intensely patriotic and talented young men with a love of physical challenges and a passion for the high-risk job they chose.
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Mason, director of the institute, says that there's always been the issue of human trust in technology.
Large agricultural companies also are considering robotic harvesting because of potential migrant labor shortages, he said.