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  • The Evolution Of Artificial Intelligence

    to the growth of the automotive industry through the creation and evolution of self-driving vehicles. As of 2016, there are over 30 companies utilizing AI into the creation of driverless cars. A few companies involved with AI include Tesla, Apple and Google. One main factor that influences the ability for a driver-less car to function is mapping. In general, the vehicle would be pre-programmed with a map of the area being driven. This map would include data on the approximations of street light…

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  • The Three Laws Of Robotics: Case Study

    1.0 Introduction As robots get smarter and more widespread, independent cars are bound to end up making life-or-death decisions in unpredictable places, thus taking over or at least seeming to assume moral authority. Weapons systems currently have human operators “in the loop”, simply as they get more advanced, it will be possible to shift to “on the loop” operation, with machines carrying out orders autonomously. As that occurs, they will be faced with ethical dilemmas. Should a drone fire on a…

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  • Orthopedic Surgery

    New meaning of Surgeon Imagine you broke your hand and need a surgery in order to restore function to your fingers. If the surgery is successful you will be able to use all of you fingers, if something inaccurate occurs you will lose the feeling in your fingers. Would you prefer a robot or a human to perform your surgery? This will be a question you might ask yourself in the near future. But what if there is a robot being controlled by a human? Right now there are robots already performing…

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  • Google Swot Analysis Paper

    Financial Analysis In 2013, Google’s earnings trounced all analyst’s expectations as fourth quarter revenue rose to $16.86 billion, which was 17 percent higher than 2012 (Rosenblatt, 2014). The operating income also rose, which increased from $4.27 billion to $4.84 billion (Rosenblatt, 2014). The earnings per share expectation from most analysts were higher than reality, however, the compa-ny’s final earnings per share of $12.01 was higher than the $10.65 a year earlier (Rosenblatt, 2014). For…

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey: An Analysis

    as humans and without it we can’t survive or thrive as a race. Googlies, or over-obsessive fans of Google’s “ideals”, believe that Google is correct in joining DeepMind, an A.I. development firm to work on a driverless car. Like those will be safe for people, if a situation occurs that the car can’t decide on a choice of action, human lives could, and probably will be…

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  • Disadvantages Of Utilitarianism

    The concept of utilitarianism gives rise to a question- What do human beings stand to gain from giving autonomous machines the power to make decisions for us? In order to answer this question, we have to firstly, consider the cost-benefit analysis of autonomous machines substituting human beings in the decision making process. “Replace one human worker with a general-purpose artificial intelligence, and the total unemployment of the species is yours for the extrapolating”- Stuart Armstrong From…

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  • Essay On Autonomous Vehicles

    The tires of a slick black car can be seen bulging out from its fender flares, as if they were muscles flexing, as it slowly rolls down the dimly lit street. A thunderous mechanical lope can be heard coming from the car’s engine bay, coupled with a chrome supercharger protruding from the glossy black hood, decaled with a shimmering gold phoenix. The driver’s hands grip the perforated leather wrapped steering wheel, waiting for the traffic light to change. A brilliant green flash illuminates the…

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  • Benefits Of Transhumanism

    Transhumanism Transhumanism is when technology is involved in enhancing human life. Technology is a growing business in this century. The advancements have been major assets to human beings. The contributions of transhumanism include artificial hearts and exoskeleton technology. Every day a new invention of transhumanism is being processed to help make human life either better or easier. Humans should participate in the idea of transhumanism…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Green Eyed

    see a single motor vehicle at all. I sighed. I was always late. Looking into the shiny rear view mirror a saw a mess of myself. My brown hair was unruly and my lipstick was smudged. After what seemed like ages, the light finally turned green. My driverless car shot forward into the night. I suddenly saw a silver bug climb my window. It stared at me with big horrific green eyes. I had never seen anything like it before. I immediately rolled the window down and flicked the metallic bug on the road…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Google Self Driving

    which is Google self-driving car. Imagine getting in your car, typing or speaking a location into your vehicle’s interface, then letting it drive you to your destination while you read a book, surf the web or nap. Self-driving vehicles – the stuff of science fiction since the first roads were paved – are coming, and they’re going to radically change what it’s like to get from point A to point B. 2. Google Self-Driving Car An autonomous car (driverless…

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