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  • Smarter Than You Think Summary

    Kelly and Thompson: How High-technology Products Affect Humans Robots and artificial intelligence are the most rapidly developing high-technology products in recent years. These techniques have been and continue to be applied to an expansive range of problems that arise in medical diagnosis, e-commerce, mathematics, etc. However, how technology promotes our cognitive abilities―making us smarter, more productive, and more creative than ever before? Clive Thompson, a Brooklyn-based technology…

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  • What Are The Pros And Cons Of Robotics

    Robots and Ethics The use of robots and robotics in modern society as well as in the military, industrial, and healthcare fields is a highly debatable topic. There are many positive uses for robotics however there are also some very ethical dilemmas. This paper will discuss the pros and cons of using robotic technology through the military, industrial, healthcare, and everyday society. The first field that will be discussed is the industrial field. Robotic technology has greatly increased the…

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  • Issac Asimov Analysis

    “morality”. Science fiction author Issac Asimov developed the Three Laws of Robotics10 in his 1942 short story Runaround, quoted below. 1. “A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. 2. A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. 3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as…

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  • Superhuman AI Future

    And this is more due to the concern of practicality and scalability. If we make a million units of a particular kind of robot, the task of maintaining them and providing for their livelihood will become a tall order. Who should be responsible for all that? The manufacturers, the governments, or the owners? In each of these cases, the reliance is ultimately either on humans…

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  • The Importance Of Human-Computer Interaction

    and more frequently involved in human’s everyday life. This increases the need to interact with them in a more natural way, similar to the way we interact with each other. Museum tour-guide robots (Nourbrakhsh, 1999) and robots that interact with the elderly (Montemerlo, 2002) demonstrate that we do not need robots just to interact with people, but also that there is a need for the interactions to be smooth and natural. Over the past few decades Emotion-sensitive Human-Computer Interaction has…

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  • Brain Surgery: Is It A Convenient Way To Get Smarter?

    intelligence. It seems out of this world, but is is really a thing.It is a very inconvenient way to get smarter, because not everyone may be able to afford it. Increasing intelligence can change and make humans into robots. The people without the surgery will start to rely on robots and will become lazy. One reason that it is inconvenient way to get smarter, because not everyone would be able to afford this surgery.This surgery may cost thousands to millions of dollars, And people just won't be…

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  • Case Study: The Scoutie500

    help assist the coaches and the players, I have created the Scoutie500. 2) Come up with a name of your sport product. Scoutie500 3) Describe and explain your product (what it looks like, the size, color or colors, etc…) The Scoutie500 is a safe robot that can be used out on the floor…

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  • Irobot Essay

    create new inventions to help the world advance. Shows what the real definition of human not the dictionaries definition. The movie “Irobot” explains the new invention towards human life and how robots can benefit our society and help us but when the time is needed they need to be destroyed. Sunny the robot which was created to help the detective solve the case of the suicide of the man who created Sunny.…

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  • Wall-E Character Analysis

    In the movie Wall-E, the “Hero” Wall-E, is a robot that was made to clean up Earth’s garbage after Earth had no way to sustain any life on Earth. The role Wall-E plays in the movie is a hero because he had found the last plant life on Earth, it was a call to action. Eva is the robot that meets Wall-E while he’s making squares out of garbage. Eva has a deadly personality that also makes her quick witted. Eva’s role in the story is an ALLY and HERO because she assists Wall-E in saving the…

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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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