At least the first person to fire under the wheels of a moving driverless car can actually, potentially, be said to have died at the hands of something capable of making decisions.
Most industrial robots are only slightly more advanced in terms of their programming than those of Archimedes, Hero, or da Vinci, programmed by camshafts or cleverly positioned knobs. Far easier to program, certainly, but not much different.
To be sure, there have been some advances in the way of compliance and motion recovery and a very few with capacitive sensors, but basically they are following a strict set of motion controls, and you get injured simply by being in their way, no different from stepping out in front of an amusement park ride.
I'm sorry. Nothing against you, just a reaction to the sheer number and banality of most of the posts on it, and yours was the one that got the post.
Incidentally, there have been far better incidents for a terminator-esque reference. Back in 2007, the South African National Defence Force had an anti aircraft cannon jam, suffer an explosion, and then proceed to go into a fully automatic target acquisition, fire, reload cycle, killing nine and wounding eleven more before its two two hundred and fifty round magazines ran dry.
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