Robots are tireless, emotionless machines designed to take care of our dreaded repetitive tasks and chores right? They don’t think or interact, but focus only on completing the task they were programmed for. 487 more words
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It’s an unfair stereotype, but even in the 21st century some still insist on saying that Canadians are genial and polite.
The question is: Are they nice enough to pick up a stranded, hitchhiking robot? 331 more words
This is an interesting thing to think about: let’s say ‘The Internet of Things’ may be fully normative by 2030 or so. That means your house is all connected, and you can update everything via a smartphone, etc. 426 more words
(PhysOrg.com) — From science fiction and academia through assembly lines and telemedicine, robots have become both physically and conceptually ubiquitous. Technologically, of course, robots have advanced dramatically since their namesake introduction in R.U.R. 429 more words