Robocops to patrol LA by 2025?

In 1987, the film RoboCop debuted and featured a half-man half-robot cop patrolling the streets of Detroit, but now some car companies are planning on replacing cop cars in Los Angeles with drone cars by 2025. Ramon Galindo gives us a glimpse of the future police force.

14 comments on “Robocops to patrol LA by 2025?
  1. Sir Halibut says:

    wake up, time to die!

  2. evolutis says:

    We are far too technologically capable and emerging, more so, to exist in a monetary matrix. A knowledge based life has always been the alternate to misinformation malfeasants.

  3. Tom-Tom says:

    Is this necessary? NYC 2011 = 515 homicides. NYC 2012 (as of Dec 28) = 414 homicides. (Weren’t a lot talking heads saying for 2012, “social unrest?” )

  4. OlympiaLogger says:

    SHOCKER: Bob Costas chosen to join the underground Rothschild Winner’s Fold…
    …but Max is now forever out in the cold.

    (I thought that would be like a limerick or something, but it just doesn’t sound the same. [my tiny Welsh Grandma would launch me into next week…sigh.])

    Anyway, here’s the scoop:

  5. KingOfTheNorthernHemisphere says:

    They’d better be able to hover.
    L.A.’s streets EVERYWHERE will be completely neglected and worn out by then.

  6. snoop diddy says:


    More everything!

  7. Harry says:

    Weak spots:

  8. cheify says:

    Won’t happen.

  9. Harvard Researchers use D-Wave Quantum Computers to fold proteins (Link to Nature Journal)

    There is technology raceing up behind us on the ‘blind side’, that regular folk will be unable to comprehend. The MATRIX Movie reveals a hint of what’s to come.

  10. Evolutis says:

    @Alastair Carnegie … That is exactly the monetary religion is nothing more than a hindrance … Life is knowledge based, information transfer, at all levels.

  11. Rick says:

    More BS. This will not happen for the following reasons:
    Peak Oil
    Lack of funds

    And btw the technology will not save us. With resources depleting, so will technology, including the Internet.

  12. Barry Soetero says:

    Oh Yah! And the high speed rail line between SF and LA will be full operational too!