so the technologies to make robots more ubiquitous in our daily life,such as bipedal walking,and better navigation
and obstacle avoidance,also grasping,and image recognition and
speech synthesis are improving rapidly.so when we seriously begin to combine all these
technologies we find ourself's at the dawn of the age of humaniod robots...and in 10 to 15 years,we wouldn't know the differents from human or
robot,unless we undergo a test.....the film bladerunner could well be a very real glimpse of the future.
the humanoid test
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I don't understand the fascination with making these "realistic" looking robots. I would be far more impressed, and much less creeped out if they
stuck to something a little less "human". Maybe drawing the line at something like iRobot.
On a side note; I want mine in blue with a cup holder.
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I hear they are testing one of their flawed models now in Washington, District Of Criminals...his name is Barry Soetoro....don't worry, they say the
scars on your skull will go away after a few years...Several pre-modles have malfunctioned and are currently in the Senate and House...they will be
replaced at the next election by newer models...
The Doctor says in essence he wants to study how they interact as they are less subtle than humans. Who cares how they interact, why are they being
made? With the world population hitting 7 billion we hardly need human looking robots, we have people.
Obviously the scientists are extremely clever but to what purpose is this research worth. Obviously its the ideal murder weapon, whilst one sits
quietly amongst twenty witnesses and it goes and does the deed. It could be used as a stand-in for a politician but none of these uses would be
honest, or are they going to be used for space travel in case we cannot get through the radiation in space?
I find them totally freeky but wonder how the Doc will feel once he has given his second self a mind and voice and it argues with him.
when we see,how far,and fast we are moving into humanoid robots,and how realistic they are at this early stage,you can't help but worry,this will end
badly in the future,as no matter how much we try and control,and regulate these humanoid robots,we will never be able to stop the rise of the humanoid
robots,as there will always be some corporation,or private inventors,or organizations,creating these behide closed doors.
you can't help but think,humaniod robots is a dangerous game to be playing with,how can we create a creature,that don't need to eat,or breathe,or feel
pain,and void of real human emotions...and not be worried,as there are always people out there with nefarious reasons,that will exploit this
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