If you’ve seen the ‘Terminator’ movies, you have an idea of what may be in store for wars of the future. And it’s clear that a growing part of America’s arsenal of war involves technologies that would be considered autonomous. The essential question is after you’ve programmed these autonomous killers, where does human interaction come in to play? This remote control warfare creates a host of philosophical and ethical questions that we explore in this episode with Paul Scharre, author of ‘Army of None’. His own battlefield experience as a former Army Ranger informs much of his thinking. From the first question about a man he didn’t kill in war to the last will humanize the debate just as we automate warfare at a breakneck pace.