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5 things robots do better than humans (and 3 things they don’t)
Ben Travers. Good ideas wasted are often more infuriating than no idea at all. Only one-third of the first season was screened in Austin Saturday evening, but the chosen entries shared enough unwanted aspects to dissuade further viewing. Popular on Indiewire. She panics, runs, and he follows her. The whole short is a chase, and the ending is expected, but works well enough.
The Man Who Married a Robot / Love Theme Lyrics: This is a story about a lonely watching videos of humans doing all sorts of things: Having sex with each to his friend, the internet, and he said, “Internet, do you love me?.
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Will robots ever replace humans in every area of our working lives? This question is the stuff of science fiction stories. And now that [robots] are making viable contributions to almost every industry, sci-fi writers have fresh material with which to speculate. For now, and for the foreseeable future, the answer is still no. Still, as technology advances, many jobs we hate and some we love can be done better by a robot. Here are five areas where robots and robot research are making powerful — and practical — strides.
Please refresh the page and retry. So incensed was the King that he has the mechanical man stripped of his parts. But what was once the preserve of myth and science-fiction are providing increasingly pressing questions in our time of complex artificial intelligence and robotic advancement. Can humans really fall in love with robots? What are the ethical ramifications of such relationships? And could robots ever love humans back? Love doesn't have to be reciprocated to feel real — just ask anyone with a crush on someone who doesn't even know they exist.
In our new Augmented Reality column, BBC Capital will explore scenarios you might encounter in your not-so-distant future. If you had visited Taji, Iraq in — well, you might have seen something peculiar. The site lies an hour north of Baghdad and is home to a US military base, with dusty floors and formidable concrete walls. It is in this brutal environment that, following a lethal explosion, a group of soldiers tenderly remembered their fallen comrade. He just so happened to be a robot. To all who knew him, this brave hero was affectionately nicknamed Boomer. He had saved many lives during his service, by going ahead of the team to search for lurking bombs that had been laid by the enemy.