I read (in the New Yorker?) that robots already make coffee in Michelin restaurants because they’re better than humans, but people prefer to pay to watch other cool people make the better coffees. So this bit of showmanship is important for #cafex ... I can see them dressing it up as a male or female android or kitsune bunraku puppet #robotics#automation
Kinetic prototype of musically synchronized light installation designed for the Gazgolder TLC colab event. Concept development, programming, site installation by MOSPACE.
On my downtime I’m developing a deep learning sentinel, upon embarking on this journey, since the beginning of the year. I’ve run into a few fundamental morality questions about the possibility of what I’m doing. So I look to greater minds to help expand my perspective. This is an a enlightening manuscript By Max Tegmark an expert in the field of artificial general intelligence. His analysis of the existential risk possibilities of unleashing certain technologies is it worth being aware of, thus another journey begins... 📐lifestyles of a futurist applied. 👽x3
So this took forever I is sowwyz! this is the first comic with the suturer! He is a disgusting horrible monster pedophilic creepy demon man. and for people who dont know whats going on, hes spying on the guys as they're going to school if you've seen the last couple comics. but when tod saved the baby duck (georgie) he wasn't suppose to do that, thats why he was so worried to do it. and the suturer now knows that something is wrong but with all the static and the computers all screwing up, he cant tell whos doing something wrong. so now he has to experiment. and they all chips in their necks that shocks them real bad when they do something wrong like dogs. but the suturer takes them to another level. Im so glad i got this part done! now 2 more to go!
Sophia the Robot on stage talking about destroying the human race. ;) Totally kidding.
For those of you not in the know, Sophia is a robot created by Hanson Robotics. She has taken the world by storm with her life-like attributes and conversational wizardry. She's also the first robot to gain citizenship in a country. There is a lot of fear-based dialogue surrounding A.I, ethics, regulation, and it's role in our world.
Will robots and humans be able to live alongside each other peacefully? Will they follow Asimov's 3 Laws of Robotics? Or will they be the end of the entire human race as we know it?