Thanks to Popular Mechanics and the article by KYLE MIZOKAMI.
"The United Kingdom [U.K.]has developed a new drone devoted strictly to battlefield combat. The drone uses sensors and machine vision technology to detect targets."
"The U.K. has developed a new fighting drone designed to help soldiers breach urban defenses. The i9 un-crewed aerial vehicle can navigate indoors, locate and identify targets, and then open fire with not one but two shotgun barrels. Like all weaponized drones, a human operator must make the decision to shoot or not shoot."
Military operations urban terrain [MOUT] by room-clearing drone. Drone with a kinetic-kill capability. A human in the decision-loop but almost does sound as Skynet type of technology.
YES, BUT DOES IT HAVE A BAYONET LUG?