WIRED FOR WAR BY P.W. SINGER

An admitted war geek, P.W. Singer obsesses—over the course of 400-plus pages—about the growing role of robots in combat.

Wired for War by P.W. Singer [Penguin Press, $28]

An admitted war geek, P.W. Singer obsesses—over the course of 400-plus pages—about the growing role of robots in combat. His tone is oddly jovial considering the unsettling subject matter, but you won't find a more comprehensive look at mechanized death outside science fiction. Timothy Hodler

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