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I found a question on World Building Stack Exchange with an interesting title:

How do normal robots in a machine society to go "rogue" without outside interference?

Why is "to" correct here? Is this some kind of a phrase? I would've assumed that "to" is not needed - the sentence works without it, by the way.

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It isn't. It's a mistake.

Possibly the writer originally wrote something like start to go rogue, but decided to remove "start to" but left the "to" in by mistake.

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