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The rise of the machines has well and truly started.
A number of border control checkpoints in the European Union are about to get increasingly--and unsettlingly--futuristic.
At a recent technology show in Tokyo, a large robot arm reached into a full-sized mockup of a shipping container and began unloading boxes from it.
The AI humanoid, 'Sophia' (see above), has been making a worldwide tour on behalf of her creator, Hanson Robotics of Hong Kong, and made an unexpected stop to the Caucasus this week.
From media to manufacturing to medicine, technology is reshaping the face of more and more industries, marching them lock-step into an information economy.
This was a really amazing exchange of ideas, perspectives & debate with Tucker Carlson & Cenk Uygur.
The perfect Technocrat dream is to build robots with other robots, automating the entire process. This will result in the maximum displacement of human workers in the shortest time possible. China, of course, is happy to receive more robots for its f
Looking at a map of California on a projector screen, Johannes Moenius, an economics professor at the University of Redlands, hovered his mouse over the Inland Empire, which glowed with a splotch of red pixels.
'The Blowjob Paper:' Scientists Processed 109 Hours of Oral Sex to Develop an AI that Sucks Dick
…and so should you! Just kidding. Today we explore the cute and cuddly side of the propaganda push to normalize robots in our everyday life…and the darker side of this phenomenon that they're trying to distract us from.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook has joined the chorus of voices warning that data itself is being weaponized against people and societies -- arguing that the trade in digital data has exploded into a "data industrial complex".
Sony has tried to merge pet dogs with smart speakers in the $2899 new version of the Aibo robot dog. Here we will compare pet dogs and cats vs pet bots vs smart speakers.
Assembling cars can be a physically-demanding task, which is why Ford recently began equipping its factory workers with assistive exoskeletons. Hyundai is now getting in on the act, with plans to start testing two such devices in its North American f
The UR5e robot arm from Universal Robots is the first "cobot" to ring the NYSE bell, marking the rapid growth of collaborative robotics within the industrial automation market.
TN has warned repeatedly that China intentionally exports oppressive surveillance technology to the world, and that includes the United States. It is widely acknowledged that China is the 'perfect police state' and other authoritarian regimes wi
Japan suffers a population problem as its older citizens age, and the answer is robots: big ones, little ones, ugly ones, sexy ones, functional ones, etc. Robots are showing up in just about every industry and application imaginable. ? TN Editor
The robotic protectors can see what you're doing and even talk back to you, but the machines created by a New Yorker have prompted serious privacy concerns, CBS2's Clark Fouraker reported Tuesday.
Jade Stanley, 35, says the dolls are also great for people who feel awkward about approaching the opposite sex
What if you could store and deliver goods as easily as data? Amazon, Walmart and others are using AI and robotics to transform everything from appliance shopping to grocery delivery. Welcome to the physical cloud
Technocrats invent because they must, not because there is a rational reason to do so. The functional movement of robots is approaching that of humans. Equipped with specialty AI, they will be able to perform most jobs now done by humans.
Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics -- Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) comes on the show to talk about Trump, Syria, Russia, China, Kavanaugh Circus, fake media and propaganda, etc
(Bloomberg) -- Can technology protect you from the jaws of a one-ton great white shark? Several Australian tech startups say yes. They're using artificial intelligence, drones and electric force fields to try and prevent sharks from eating human
The digitization and automation of processes and delivery vehicles will reduce logistics costs for standardized transport by 47% by 2030, according to a new report from PwC's Strategy and consultancy.
Sporting a trendy brown bob, a humanoid robot named Erica chats to a man in front of stunned audience members in Madrid.
Technocrats at Big Tech giants realize that AI is too big to go it alone, especially when consortiums can produce useful tools and breakthroughs for everyone involved. However, given the hundreds of billions being spent on AI development, will the re
Lee is one of the fathers of AI and is equally at home in China or the U.S. His perception of the future of AI and AI race between China and the U.S. is essential to understand. You may not like what you hear, but it is the reality living in the Tech
There's a lot of talk lately about robots taking our jobs.
'A land full of wonder, mystery and danger! I landed on asteroid Ryugu!'
Jobs of America's 10 million construction workers are in serious jeopardy to be replaced by robots. What's the point? Technocrats invent because they can, not because it is wise to do so. Will humanity de humanized if it is cared for exclusively