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Old 14-04-2017, 09:11 PM   #101
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Robot being trained to shoot guns is ‘not a Terminator’, insists Russian deputy Prime Minister
The android is expected to embark on a solo space mission in 2021
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Lord Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal and Emeritus Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics at the University of Cambridge, earlier this month said that machines could take over from humans within a few centuries.

He also said he believes that alien intelligence, if it does exist, could be "electronic" and far better suited to space exploration than humans will ever be.
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Old 03-05-2017, 03:31 PM   #102
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Old 12-05-2017, 10:14 AM   #103
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This is only the first step in a process of transhumanism:

Would YOU wear a virtual reality headset during sex? Firm says the technology can improve your love life

Men can use VR headsets to give the illusion of being unfaithful in the bedroom
Firm says real-time erotic activities give thrills of being with another woman
Although some men might want VR during sex their partners might not be keen

By Phoebe Weston For Mailonline
Published: 15:58, 11 May 2017 | Updated: 15:58, 11 May 2017

Virtual reality is set to transform every aspect of our lives.

Now, one company claims it could prove valuable in the bedroom.

A porn production company has encouraged men to stimulate their love life by using a virtual reality (VR) headset while having sex with their partner.

Men can use the headsets during sex and their partners will be transformed into a porn star - giving them the illusion of being unfaithful.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz4grGUZugo
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Old 15-05-2017, 09:47 AM   #104
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From travel agents to translators, rising toll of jobs taken by robots... although nail technicians, security officers and kitchen staff are in greater demand

Increased automation and technological advances are taking human jobs
Changes in consumer culture, such as online holiday booking are costing jobs
Nail technicians, security guards and kitchen staff are being recruited widely
The survey was a review of 79 million job adverts placed over the past two years

By James Salmon for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:48, 14 May 2017 | Updated: 00:46, 15 May 2017

Travel agents, pharmacy assistants and translators are already being replaced by robots, according to a report.

After a string of warnings that millions of workers will be replaced by machines, a study suggests this is happening now on a grand scale.

It claims that two thirds of the fastest declining jobs in Britain are being hit because of increased automation and advances in technology.

Doug Monro, co-founder of Adzuna, said: ‘The robots are not just coming, this study shows that they are here already.’

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Old 22-05-2017, 07:09 PM   #105
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Dubai's new police robots:

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Old 22-05-2017, 07:10 PM   #106
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Robots that think and feel like humans will live among us in 10 years, says inventor of the virtual nervous system

Comment was made by Dr Mark Sagar, who is the CEO of Soul Machines
Soul Machines has created a series of emotionally intelligent virtual people
Powering the avatars is advanced software, a type of virtual nervous system
Dr Sagar believes robotics will soon catch up to the on screen avatars
This would allow for the creation of emotionally responsive humanoid robots
By Tim Collins For Mailonline
Published: 11:20, 22 May 2017 | Updated: 11:41, 22 May 2017

Robots that can think and feel like people could soon be living among us, according to one expert.

An AI engineer, who has invented a 'virtual nervous system', believes it is only a matter of time before robotics hardware catches up to his software.

He says responsive robots could be a common sight in businesses and homes around the world within the next ten years.

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Old 20-06-2017, 03:57 PM   #107
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400 Burger Per Hour Robot Will Put Teenagers Out Of Work
By Lee Mathews 06.15.2017 :: 10:15AM EDT

Just a quick heads up, high school students. You might want to save your job application efforts for retail gigs, because the fast food space is about to be invaded by robots.

We already showed you an autonomous grillmaster that can monitor and flip an entire grill full of patties. Today’s bot is even more versatile. Not only can it cook the patty, but it can also dice up fresh toppings like tomatoes, pickles, and onions… and it can even deftly stack everything on a toasted bun.

This autonomous marvel was designed and built by Momentum Machines, who just wrapped up a successful funding round to the tune of $18 million. It’s pretty clear why they attracted so much cash.
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Old 28-06-2017, 06:09 PM   #108
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The birth of the anti-christ: AI to become self aware by 2025

Max Igan on the 5G roll out and SMART grid

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Suicidal Robot security guard drowns itself by driving into a pond
Self-destruction comes after company claimed robot would never get bored
Andrew [email protected]_andrew_griffin
Tuesday 18 July 2017 13:32 BST

A robot has drowned itself by driving into a pool. The company markets the security robot as better than real guards in part because it never gets bored of what it does. But it appears to have looked to put an end to that work and has driven into a pond. Pictures from the Georgetown Waterfront – the shopping centre and office complex where the robot worked – show staff members looking to decide how best to fish the now defunct robot out of the pool.

'Our D.C. office building got a security robot. It drowned itself.'
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Dubai has put it's first Robo-cop on the streets this May.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s2gB9SIHp4
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Old 31-07-2017, 08:48 PM   #112
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Experts warn robots are growing in consciousness and should be classified as an “invasive species”
Friday, July 28, 2017 by: Frances Bloomfield

Should humanity become extinct in the immediate future, it won’t be by our own hands or through the wrath of nature. A number of experts has claimed that our demise shall be brought on by super-strong robots. What was once created to make our lives easier could very well “threaten our existence” in the span of a few years.

This grim warning comes from the experts featured in the two-episode documentary series “Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots”. Presented by teaching fellow at Anglia Ruskin University and evolutionary biologist Dr. Ben Garrod and University of Manchester electronics engineer Danielle George, the documentary aims to the answer the question whether or not automation could one day become our greatest enemy. Though according to Garrod himself, that could very well be the case.

“What concerns me is that the impact of robots will be so monumental, they could threaten humanity,” Garrod told DailyMail.co.uk. “We’ve evolved over hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of years. These things are just bulldozing their way through. At what point have we got to stop? They’re like an invasive species.”
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lol that security robot looks like a dalek or c3po

dunno if I should be laughing..
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How Can Working People Protect Their Incomes as the Robots Increasingly Take Over?
Instead of working to give robots personhood status, we should concentrate on protecting human workers.
By Alissa Quart / The Guardian
August 16, 2017, 10:34 AM GMT

Outclassed: The Secret Life of Inequality is The Guardian and EHRP's new column about class. Read all articles here.

We’ve heard a lot lately about how humans will suffer thanks to robots.

Recently, these dark premonitions have come from famed techno-positive-ists like Elon Musk and Bill Gates. These grandees have offered their own solutions, from a robot tax or universal basic income. But among the dire warnings and the downright sci-fi utopias (a robot for president, anyone?), the actual human pain resulting from future job loss tends to be forgotten.

Given that 38% of US jobs could be lost to automation in the next 15 years, this tendency to gloss over the enormity of this number is puzzling. And yet, most would argue that we cannot and should not slow down “progress”: that any attempt to stymy is is embarrassingly Luddite.
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Britain fights for right to field ‘killer robots’ in direct defiance of UN
Published time: 22 Aug, 2017 11:45
Edited time: 22 Aug, 2017 13:28

The UK will oppose a preemptive ban on ‘killer robots’, despite widespread calls in the UN to prohibit the use of ‘murder machines’.
A spokesperson for Britain’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) said the UK will abstain from a ban on the development of fully-autonomous weapons systems, even though leading tech experts urged the UN to act against implementation of autonomous military machines.

The MoD claimed that the existing international law is sufficient to regulate the use of autonomous weapons that once unleashed on the battlefield could kill without any human control.

A spokesperson also said that although Britain supports the development of the war machines with autonomous decision-making capabilities, apparently it does not want to create these weapons itself or buy them from a third party.
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Killer robots are almost inevitable, former defence chief warns
'A machine doesn’t blink, doesn’t get hot, doesn’t get cold and just follows the rules' says retired general, Sir Richard Barrons
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The use of killer robots in global conflicts is "bound to come", a former British defence chief has said.

Retired general, Sir Richard Barrons told The Telegraph that any pre-emptive ban is unlikely to be successful because autonomous weapons would be cheaper, more effective and could keep humans out of harms way.

"A machine doesn’t blink, doesn’t get hot, doesn’t get cold and just follows the rules," he said. “Why would you send a 19-year-old with a rifle into a house first to see if anything is in there if you could send a machine? And there are many, many many examples in the land and maritime environments.”

Last week, more than 100 technology experts wrote a letter to the United Nations urging it to ban autonomous weapons.
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The Role Of Aluminum In Changing Human Biology To Accept The Ionized Atmosphere We Live In: Part 1 Vaccines
Posted on August 30, 2017
By Catherine J. Frompovich

Is there something so “in our faces” going on that we don’t recognize it for what it is, plus apparent calculated and long-range motives? What I’m talking about is the ubiquitous presence of aluminum, aka aluminium.

Aluminum is number 13 on the Periodic Table of Elements and makes up about 8 percent of the Earth’s crust, the only place where it truly belongs. Furthermore, it is not as inert as consensus science in various sciences, especially pharmacology and medicine, would like us to believe. More and more, medical research is pointing to its implication in central nervous system damage and diseases affecting the brain such as Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Autism. Biochemically, aluminum is known as a neurotoxin, which does not belong in the human body, but is finding its way there from various innovative sources and applications humans should be questioning extremely closely, in my opinion.

Aluminum is a great thermal and electrical conductor, which probably is why it’s being used even for surreptitious reasons, I suspect, such as conductivity to change the atmosphere with the intent of fashioning humans into what eventually will become transhumans—a new breed—based upon transhumanism science—a cross between technology and Homo sapiens. Does that sound “off the wall”? Well, why is aluminum so prolific in the new atmosphere being created by weather geoengineering, aka “chemtrails,” ionospheric heaters aka HAARPs, and in vaccines given to infants within 24 hours of birth?

There are a few dots to be connected, which I’m going to try to do with this series of three reports.
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SPIDER: DARPA’s Program to Create a Web of Miniaturized Spy Satellites
Nicholas West
September 5, 2017

As if merely working on ways to create tiny satellites that can see every square inch of the the planet isn’t creepy enough, DARPA is funding a project that literally evokes a planetary web of surveillance: SPIDER.

Amid daily revelations of how our digital communications devices are being used against us by the world’s leading intelligence agencies, it is often overlooked at how quickly physical surveillance capabilities are accelerating.

In June I wrote an article entitled, “Low-Cost Micro Satellites are Spawning a Global Surveillance Arms Race” where I detailed the little-known connection between commercial imagery vendor DigitalGlobe and the also little-known U.S. agency GEOINT, as well as other smaller players contributing to the growing arms race of space-based surveillance. The result would be satellites “the mass of a pair of toasters,” that could collect imagery and automate searches as needed.

As Major Mike Little from the U.S. Southern Command concisely stated:

Our competitors will learn to use this exploding geo-enabled capability to learn a lot of things. If we don’t use this as well as them and use our exquisite assets to be a differentiator and stay ahead, we’re going to get behind.

Regardless of this tacit admission that the U.S. is paving the way toward a global Panopticon, once initiated it becomes the perfect problem-reaction-solution paradigm within which the military industrial complex thrives.
http://www.activistpost.com/2017/09/...atellites.html
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