Israel eyes thinking machines to fight "Doomsday" missile strikes

Noah Shachtman from Wired's Danger Room blog writes,

Israel is worried about Iran launching an all-out, "doomsday" barrage

of rockets and missiles.

So military leaders have begun early

planning for a new, robotic defense system, armed with enough

artificial intelligence that it "could take over completely" from

flesh-and-blood operators.

"It will be designed for… autonomous

operations," the commander of Israel's air defense forces, insists.

How do you say "Skynet" in Hebrew?