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August 14th, 2009
Advances in technology are already leading to the development of robots that mimic human appearance as well as movement.
And security experts fear terror groups could diguise them as innocent pedestrians in future plots.
The document also warns that nanotechnology will help accelerate development of materials for future explosives while advances in fabrics will "significantly" improve camouflage and protection.
Experts with ideas to counter future threats are urged to get in contact.
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