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    Will artificial intelligence devices become human’s best friend? YuMi is no ordinary streamline robotic machinery. According to ABB, “it is the first truly collaborative dual-arm industrial robot” (para. 2), this statement suggests that factories may someday erase the safety lines between human employees and machineries. Equipped with the state of the art artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, YuMi is able to intuitively interact with human (Kirchner et al., 2015) making it possible for…

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    Increased technology leads to unprecedented opportunities for advancement. Today’s technology facilitates the ability to create robots with human characteristics and functions. This opens discussion concerning the relationship between robots and humans. Two stories that take part in this discussion are “For a Breath I Tarry”, by Roger Zelazny and “The Algorithms for Love” by Ken Liu. Both of these works explores what it means to be human through the sci-fi elements of machines and transformation…

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    tools to create new jobs because 3-D printing machines require designers in this field. On the other side, the weak point in this argument is the aspect of the framework of employment. According to Shewan, he states that "for every job created by robotic automation, several more will be eliminated entirely" (Shewan par. 12). This evidence suggests that only ten robots can take jobs of thousands of people. Unfortunately, this data leads to negative consequences to lives of people because they…

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    III. Discussion Robotic technology, in general, brings both opportunities and challenges. Some people are optimistic about them while others are skeptic – some are even fearful of how they will affect humanity’s future. Broadly speaking, robots aid in industries to make jobs faster and easier. Nowadays, one can find robots working in factories to aid in the manufacturing process like in car plants or in warehouses like that of Amazon’s Kiva robots. The military also utilizes robots for…

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    considered myself to be tech-savvy. The word is used to describe a person who is well informed about or proficient in the use of modern technology, especially computers. However, I discovered numerous newly invented technologies every class through the robotics news report or at the beginning of every class when professor Eguchi introduced us to new technology. One of the memorable technologies that we covered in this semester was the autonomous car or self-driving car development. I have…

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    world to warn, understand, and donate. To warn means to alert the world of the potential dangers robotic technology uphold. Scientist, AI researchers, and philanthropists are just doing their jobs. Many of AI developers are so caught up in money, fame, and fortune that they are blinded by the dangers that their work may cause. Take a look at Dr. David Hanson. He is the founder and CEO of Hanson Robotics, where Hanson has “has built a worldwide reputation for creating the world’s most humanlike,…

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    The Controversial Idea of Technology Visualize a world where technology rules, a world where everything is done by robots, from brushing teeth to operating cars. At first glance, this idea seems remarkable, but if everyone took a closer look, they will reach a realization that this idea is not as outstanding as once thought. This idea creates an overreliance on technology, which could eventually lead to problems. Through “The Veldt” Ray Bradbury attempts to get this point across, with the uses…

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    And It Will Serve Us Right, an article by Isaac Asimov is written to predict the future of modern day. And It Will Serve Us Right, persuades us that human beings will eventually create robots that will surpass mankind, but they will never have the same “connection”, or “emotion” as of its creator. Isaac Asimov is a science fiction writer that wrote the article And I Will Serve Us Right in 1964 to predict the technology of 2014. He first explains to us his father’s connection to him, and the…

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    The idea of an uncertain future is undeniably a dangerous one. Without the ability to forge your own futuristic goals, humanity would be continuously hindered by the inability to contribute to society in a unique way. Ironically enough, due to the rising approach of advanced technologies such as robots, it can be hinted that the future of the world has already been settled, however, humanity has a tendency to deem it uncertain due to the potential psychological setbacks it would implant upon…

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    also be a lander that produces contact with an extraterrestrial body and operates from a stationary position, or a rover that can move over terrain once it is landed. According to the same article by Jerry Woodfill” The most common type of existing robotic device is the crane-like RMS (Remote Manipulator System), or robot arm, most often used in industry and manufacturing.” It can do a lot of the movements of the human arm; it can do a 360-degree circular motion at the…

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