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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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  • Should The Government Avoid Robots Ethical?

    autonomous military robots? In 2013, computer scientists, with permission, hacked into a JEEP with the ability to change the speed, disable the breaks, and track the car’s location. If hackers had the ability to take over our weapons with this type of technology, the whole idea would completely backfire. The technology necessary to do this is also completely wireless, and the JEEP was hacked at a distance of ten miles…

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  • Robot Control Case Study

    1.1 Introduction Robot control is a key fitness for robot makers and a considerable measure of advancement is made to build robot execution, decrease robot cost and present new functionalities. Cases of advancement zones that get huge consideration today are multi robot control, safe control, compel control, 3D vision, remote robot supervision and remote correspondence. The application profits by these improvements are examined and the specialized difficulties that the robot makers meet.…

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  • Analysis Of Why Robots Will-And-Must Take Our Jobs

    writers have presented various views on this issue representing both the support and opposition for technology’s control over humans. In his article “Why Robots Will-and-Must Take Our Jobs,” editor and writer Kevin Kelly strongly defends that humans have control over technology by describing how the primary job of humans is to create more jobs for robots. Journalist Clive Thompson agrees with Kelly in his article “Smarter than You Think: How Technology Is Changing Our Minds for the Better” that…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Locking A Robot Arm

    way of locking the joints compared to knobs and other clamp mechanisms. Materials For the Robot Arm Construction our group members had a variety of materials to choose from, these materials would eventually be utilized in the building of the Arm including its base and links. The materials which were chosen are mentioned below; 1. Aluminum : Almost every link and part is made up of aluminum in our ‘Robot Arm’. From the base till the end…

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  • Isaac Asimov's I, Robot

    Imagine a robot understanding your emotion. It actually ‘thinks’ like a human being. This robot is an artificial intelligence first proposed in a novel called ‘I, Robot’ written by Isaac Asimov in 1950. Today, I want to bring a very interesting topic onto the surface. I want to talk about ‘Artificial Intelligence and employment’, especially focusing on the field of ‘Public Safety’. Since my dream is to become a police officer, I thought it would be quite beneficial for me to get some overview…

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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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  • Summary Of Why Robots Will-Take Our Jobs By Kevin Kelly

    housekeepers, and intelligent machinery---something straight out of the Jetsons---comprised my perception of “the future.” The older I got, the better I understood that, frankly, these ideas are unrealistic. Interestingly, Kevin Kelly, author of Why Robots Will---and Must---Take Our Jobs, suggests that automation will be a commonplace process within the century. By “automation,” Kelly is referring to the idea that humans will create intellectually capable machines, or machines that have the…

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  • Bernard Beckett's 'Genesis': How To Classify A Robot

    How To Classify A Robot With the rise of technology the idea of robots and humans merging is not that farfetched. In the book, Genesis by Bernard Beckett, Anax (the student) is taking a test for The Academy, an exclusive in the post apocalyptic Republic. In front of three examiners, she gives everything she has, for her love of history, especially, the life of Adam Forde, a hero of an earlier rebellion. Anax assumes the test is to earn a spot at the Academy as she explains Adam’s imprisonment…

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  • Robots: Brave New World Moves A Step Closer Summary

    text “Robots: Brave New World Moves a Step Closer” is published on BBC News, the 3rd of January 2013, by James Melik, a Business Dailey reporter for BBC World Service. In his article, he includes different aspects of how robots have and will affect our world. The beginning of the article includes a description of how robots began working in the industrial, and how the demand for robots have grown ever since. The text involves a discussion about the pros and cons for the future of the robots.…

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