By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
Published: 21:16 BST, 10 October 2019 | Updated: 21:53 BST, 10 October 2019
Oculus co-founder has designed a drone that is capable of seeking out its targets and ramming them head on in order to destroy them.
In a video demonstration, Interceptor seeks out its opponent and charges at it 100 miles per hour, ultimately hurdling both of them to the ground.
The company claims it is capable of neutralizing threats in any environment, day or night, and according to its creator, the device 'almost always survives and returns to base.'
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Interceptor is the brainchild of Anduril, which was founded by Palmer Luckey who also co-founded Oculus - the Facebook owned company that designs Virtual reality technology.
'The best way to kill fast drones piloted by hostile humans is with even faster drones piloted by AI!' said Luckey on Twitter.
'The United States cannot allow the skies of the world to turn into the Wild West, our ability to take out aerial threats in a matter of seconds is part of the solution.'
A human operator activates the deadly drone, which it then identifies and flies towards its target on its own – with the help of artificial intelligence (AI).