I remember reading about the creation of realistic robots awhile back in the news paper and my mind always wonders to the future, where robots will be
taking over. I have an overactive imagination.
Jia Jia is China's creation of a robot that can chat with you and has micro expressions on her face. While it is interesting and an accomplishment, I
wonder why the world would need such a creation. Here is link to article, www.msn.com...
What do you think folks? Where does this take us? A future with realistic robots... to what end and for what reason?
Dubbed the robot goddess, Jia refers to her creators as lords,
Jia in action,
edit on 19-4-2016 by peppycat because: added videos
This is creepy. There is no need for robots. In fact it would be a very bad idea for robots to exist because if they advanced to a point where they
can function better than humans they would basically start taking over jobs and God knows how bad it is now
Jia Pet jokes aside, my question is WHY? They are fighting over islands they are making in the sea, blaming everything on the US then stealing
all of the tech, not keeping an unruly North Korea calm, have an alarming pollution problems, etc. So... WHY?
OK Chine, we get it. You won! Put your creepy robot away and see to your problems!
a reply to: TheInfiniteFantastic Data from ST:TNG wasn't so bad, but his creator messed up on the first version of Data. Sci-Fi
writers seem to have a glimpse into the future.
I can't quite figure why we need robots to look like and think like humans... to serve lonely rich people?
The neat things that China are doing do not get any MSM coverage. They have a huge solar and wind power generation plant up and working. They back the
whole think up with industrial batteries. And I am glad that there are people here on ATS that appreciate hearing about that stuff.
Maybe the Kardashians are losing their edge! (crosses fingers)
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