Ok first of all.
Todays terrorists may be tomorrows Nations.
That's an age-old truism.
With that out of the way :)
Let's look at developing western war theory / technologies.
1. No more body bags (extremly unpopular at home, those body-bags)
2. More time efficient and non-subjective information.
3. pinpointing/isolating and taking out specific goals/targets.
Problems with it.
1. A lot of countries will find it as examples of extremly 'cowards warfare'.
Especially those still being in 'feudalistic development' Bosnia/Serbia and 'third world/development Countries as Somalia etc.
2. It will create more of '7/11 solutions' as that will be the terrorists primary possibility of getting a 'payback' delivered.
3. Considering how widespread nuclear, chemical and biological technology is nowadays this seems as a rather disquieting option.
4. No exact guarantee that what you take out really will be the correct target and/or produce the right result, as you've limited 'humint' (HUMan INTelligence)
That should mean that those countries implementing this kind of warfare in the end will find themselves forced to implement a 'police-state'.
And that every terrorist action / insurgence will produce even stricter enforcements regulating the individuals 'democratic rights'.
So who will this benefit?