With the creation of guided bullets and "automated" turret, how would this revolutionise battlefield tactics if fully implemented and an asymmetric situation- enemy has traditional guns. Automated turret- more likely the soldier still rotates the gun to desired direction that was calculated and it locks- using a lot less power in the mechanism and simplifying the mechanism, such that with support nearly every soldier in battlefield becomes an elite sniper at a long distances- guided bullets work the further you are from the enemy. I'd say cover fire, flanking and supporting fire would become a thing of the past. Rather it would need decoys- which might be local militia or elite soldiers- and high camouflaged spotters to precisely target the enemies. You'd need a lot less soldiers and support and veteran's medical. Heavy calibres would be more viable. "ww.rt.com/usa/253993-darpa-guided-bullets-moving-target" Equivalent concept to automated turret "arstechnica.com/gadgets/2013/01/17000-linux-powered-rifle-brings-auto-aim-to-the-real-world/" I'd combine both into one gun for maximum effectiveness. I'd say this amongst all future tech has most chance of actually being significantly implemented since the others take too much power so you need a big power source, are sensitive to survive a battlefield and don't have enough effect on war.