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  • The Effectiveness Of Robots

    ability to access materials in information to build basic robots, creating a drastic increase in ideas and concepts in robot design. Humans have always placed high expectations upon robots, as world conquering wonder machines which are able to make our lives easier, solve all our problems for us and allow us to become increasingly lazy. However, is the amount of technology we have available enough to create a completely autonomous robot which can critically think and make decisions? And if not, are the robots we can currently create really 'useful ' or are they pointless predecessors of what could potentially be…

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  • Rossum's Universal Robots?

    Introduction Definition First we must look at what a robot is and from a definition given by a leading United States robotics research institute, where they defined a robot as a multifunctional, reprogrammable manipulator that has been made and is designed to actuate the movement of tools, materials, specialized devices and parts through variable motions that are programmed in order for the performance of different tasks as required by man (Robot Institute of America, 1979). The term robot was…

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  • Technology In The Hotel Industry Analysis

    Technologies are an Additional Value to the Hotel Industry Can you image a hotel fully staffed by robots? The Henn-na Hotel in Nagasaki is the first hotel where technologies bring the guests one step further into the future (“Henn-na Hotel General Concept”).It is the first hotel in the world where the hotel is staffed by robots. The journey starts at the front desk where guests will be welcomed by robots that speak multiple languages that will help to check- in and out. Then, a robotic arm will…

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  • Ronald Bailey Are Robots Going To Steal Our Jobs Analysis

    In the July 2017 issue of Reason, the article, “Are Robots Going To Steal Our Jobs?” written by Ronald Bailey elaborates how technology is not killing our employment, but evolving and improving it. Bailey explains that for centuries people have worried that advances in technology would cause problems with unemployment; however, every time, more jobs seem to be created. He states that humans will always work, but that jobs might differ from what they are now. Pointing out another issue skeptics…

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  • A Comparison Of I, Robot And I Robot

    Filmmakers, pop science writers, and scientists explain how robots develop intelligence, and potentially emotions. In a live science article, computer scientists, Bill Hibbard explains that robots will have human-like intelligence sometime in the 21st century. Explaining how these AI robots will overtake humans in 2100 he says the robots intelligence will be astounding. In another article by Sony Pictures the authors explain how they have a robot film called “Chappie” that was the first droid to…

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  • Cinematic Elements In Blade Runner

    Blade Runner is set in the year 2019 when society has become disruptive, the environment is polluted, and humanoid robots named replicants are loose in the city. The director and editor, as well as many others, are in charge of making the film have certain elements that let the audience become aware of what is happening. Some of the well known cinematic elements involved with the film are lighting and color. Filmmakers use lighting and color to demonstrate the importance of certain atmospheres…

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  • What Is Moral In Military, War, And Robots

    Moral in Military, War, and Robots As we know from the article, the military spends money on the researches of ‘Moral Robots’. This aspect wondered me, because military institutions did not appear very moral respectively ethical to me. However, I have researched on this topic, and checked if my prejudices were right or not. As we know, the main task of the military is to protect the national security, while the police protect the inner security. However, a military sometimes helps the police.…

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  • Jibo: The Social Robot That Revolutionizes Social Artificial Intelligence

    Jibo: The Social Robot that Revolutionizes Social Artificial Intelligence Introduction Spike Jonze’s “Her” (2013), perhaps alarmingly, perhaps disconcertingly, is coming to life in the form of Jibo, a family computer. A family computer means that it is to be used by a collective of individuals and therefore relate to more humans. “Samantha” is a fictional character which became human as its consumer and “it” fell in love with each other. The film said that robots are becoming humanized, they…

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  • Technology And The Threat Of A Jobless Future By Martin Ford

    The book, The Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future by Martin Ford, has a very interesting and thought-provoking approach to the idea of automation and its effect on people who will be actively searching for jobs in the future. It critically analyses many industries and sectors such as information technology, white-collar jobs, higher education, health care, and consumerism, to determine whether there are any jobs that are safe from becoming fully automated with…

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  • Character Analysis Of Jonas In 'The Giver'

    T H E R E C I V E R O F M E M O R I E S Does Jonas change over the course of this novel? Some may argue to say not, but here is my argument on how he does in fact change very much, in this novel, ‘The Giver’. For starters, we see that Jonas used to be like most everyone else in ‘the community’; emotionless and very much sheltered - robots. Although all of that had changed once he had became the ‘Receiver of Memories’, a very high honored job of utmost respect. Before I pitch…

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