A convoy of U.S. Army vehicles will cruise along a stretch of Interstate 69 in Michigan as part of an initial testing of driverless military vehicle equipment on public roadways.
It's really just a matter of time; the working man's deal with his overseers is half dead already. But there's still inertia in the system, and even the losers are keeping the faith. Hope dies slowly, after all.
It is hard to miss the warnings. In the race to make computers more intelligent than us, humanity will summon a demon, bring forth the end of days, and code itself into oblivion. Instead of silicon assistants we'll build silicon assassins.
Farmers, put your feet up. Autonomous robots are already being used to inspect crops, count yields and dig up weeds- now they are shepherds too.
Farmers, put your feet up. Autonomous robots are already being used to inspect crops, count yields and dig up weeds - now they are shepherds too.
TN Note: While TN is not a fan of Harari in general, he makes an astute observation. In the past, it was the "haves" vs. the "have nots". With the progress of Technocracy, this gap will be closed and the new meme will be the "useful" vs.
It's still there, doing secret space robot things...
Developed by researchers at Harvard's Wyss Institute, a new lightweight exosuit, which features a "soft" fabric-based design, could help patients with lower limb disabilities regain mobility.
People fear robots are becoming too human, but, in reality, robots are becoming a little more bug-like every day.
Picture an 18-wheel truck barreling down the highway with 80,000 pounds of cargo and no one but a robot at the wheel.
Conversations about basic income, a government-funded salary given to every citizen, used to take place in the dingy offices of extremist left-wing politicians, or in the campus dorm rooms of idealistic students determined to fix the problems of the
Disney Research has come up with a glockenspiel-playing robot that can indulge in balloon toss ... when it isn't safely picking up fresh eggs.
THIS MEAT TRANSFORMER WANTS TO RETRIEVE THE WEIRD THINGS YOU'VE SWALLOWED
Propulsion Laboratory is kind of a misleading name.
Some Georgia Tech students began to suspect their TA was not quite human
"Here" is a funny word. So says Scott Hassan, the media-shy Silicon Valley billionaire who once set out to build the first fully autonomous humanoid robot, and ended up hawking what looks like a flatscreen atop two long legs with wheels.