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Robots Replacing Humans Update: ROBOTS ARE INVENTING THEIR OWN LANGUAGES; THE PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

ROBOTS ARE INVENTING THEIR OWN LANGUAGES; THE PROGRAMMING AND DESIGN OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Published: July 14, 2017
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Along with assurances that we’re facing an imminent takeover of industrial production by robots and other artificial intelligence (AI), we’re also being told that AI can develop its own systems of communication and operation, without help from humans.

Here is a sprinkling of quotes from the mainstream and technical press:

The Atlantic, June 15, 2017: “When Facebook designed chatbots to negotiate with one another, the bots made up their own way of communicating.”

Tech Crunch, November 22, 2016: “Google’s AI translation tool seems to have invented its own secret internal language.”

Wired, March 16, 2017: “It Begins: Bots Are Learning to Chat in Their Own Language.”

The suggestion is: AI can innovate. It can size up situations and invent unforeseen and un-programmed strategies, in order to accomplish set goals.

Who benefits from making such suggestions? Those companies and researchers who want to make the public believe AI is quite, quite powerful, and despite the downside risks (AI takes over its own fate), holds great promise for the human race in the immediate future. “Don’t worry, folks, we’ll rein in AI and make it work for us.”

Beyond that, the beneficiaries are technocratic Globalists who are in the process of bringing about a new society in which AI is intelligent and prescient enough to regulate human affairs at all levels. It’s the science fiction “populations ruled by machines” fantasy made into fact.

“AI doesn’t just follow orders. It sees what humans can’t see, and it runs things with greater efficiency.”

Let’s move past the propaganda and state a few facts. . . . Read Complete Report

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Amazing! Conversation Between Robots – The Hunt for AI – BBC

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Published on Oct 3, 2015

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Marcus Du Sautoy meets robots that learn about their own body from their reflection and begin to communicate, a step closer to artificial intelligence? Taken from The Hunt for AI.


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Robo Global CIO: Here’s How To Bet Big On Robotics | CNBC

CNBC Published on Jul 10, 2017

Robots Replacing Humans

The Dawn of Killer Robots (Full Length)

Motherboard Published on Apr 16, 2015

Incredible Robots – Rise of the Machines

YouTube ~ Naked Science

Published on Nov 26, 2014

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Robots Replacing Humans: Redesigned Atlas robot can walk tether-free

Featured Image:  Front view of the first generation humanoid robot Atlas, created in 2013 by DARPA and Boston Dynamics Credit: DARPA. [DARPA website] Source: Wikipedia (Public Domain)

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January 23, 2015

Like a teenager going off to college, DARPA’s Atlas robot has cut the tether and is walking on its own without a safety line. The centerpiece of this year’s DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), the upgraded Atlas robotwas unveiled to the competing teams in Waltham, Massachusetts last week during a technical shakeout.

Developed for DARPA by Boston Dynamics, the 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m), 345 lb (156.5 kg) bipedal, humanoid Atlas robot is designed for exploring ways to use robots in disaster situations – especially where navigating debris and using tools or found objects is necessary. According to DARPA, the upgrades to the Atlas increase its efficiency, dexterity, and resilience, with 75 percent of it replaced with new components and only the lower legs and feet remaining from the original design. . . . Read Complete Report

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Robots Replacing Humans: Trendies Want to End Human Driving

Featured Image: A Toyota Prius modified by Google to operate as a driverless car. SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public Domain)

youtube by TheAlexJonesChannel Published on Nov 1, 2014

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Robot researcher combines nature to nurture ‘superhuman’ navigation

Featured Image: CHARACTER » Victor Frankenstein AKA Doctor Frankenstein, creator of the Frankenstein monster appears in 88 issues. WIKI Edit History (Public Domain)

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from Science Daily

Date:
October 1, 2014
Source:
Queensland University of Technology
Summary:
Researchers are investigating realistic navigation for robots using computer modeling of the human eye and the brain of a rat.

Computer modelling of the human eye, the brain of a rat and a robot could revolutionize advances in neuroscience and new technology, says a QUT leading robotics researcher.

Dr Michael Milford from QUT’s Science and Engineering Faculty says the new study uses new computer algorithms to enable robots to navigate intelligently, unrestricted by high-density buildings or tunnels.

“This is a very Frankenstein type of project,” Dr Milford said. . . . Read Complete Report

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Robots Replacing Humans: GelSight sensor gives robots touch

Featured Image: Armed with the GelSight sensor, a robot can grasp a freely hanging USB cable and plug it into a USB port. Credit: Melanie Gonick/MIT SOURCE: Science Daily (Fair Use)

youtube by  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Published on Sep 19, 2014

Researchers at MIT and Northeastern University have equipped a robot with a novel tactile sensor that lets it grasp a USB cable and insert it into a USB port. (Learn more about the sensor: http://bit.ly/1uNmcft)

Mot info: Science Daily September 19, 2014Fingertip sensor gives robot unprecedented dexterity

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Robots Replacing Humans: Flying robots will go where humans can’t

Featured Image: Flying robot, micro VTOL UAV Aeryon Scout in flight. CREDIT: Dkroetsch  SOURCE: Wikipedia Public Domain

From Space Daily

Flying robots will go where humans can’t

Date:
September 17, 2014
Source:
European Commission, CORDIS
Summary:
There are many situations where it’s impossible, complicated or too time-consuming for humans to enter and carry out operations. Think of contaminated areas following a nuclear accident, or the need to erect structures such as antennae on mountain tops. These are examples of where flying robots could be used. . . . Read Complete Report
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Published on Apr 7, 2013
Flying Robots

Its Military Robotic , its homeland security ..Dragonflies have always been a captivating insect, thanks to their complex flight characteristics. Now a German company has designed bio-inspired robotic dragonfly that can fly in all directions, hover in mid-air and glide without beating its wings, just like the real thing.

youtube by YIRMASTER

Air Force Bugbot Nano Drone Technology

Published on Apr 11, 2013

Air Force Bugbots Nano Drone video gives a peak inside what nano-drone technology the Federal Government is currently implementing within the united states more than a scary thought or sci-fi movie, they have arrived.

 

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Robots Replacing Humans: Humans Need Not Apply

Featured Image: Robot Dancing 2. SOURCE: wpclipart.com

youtube by Nikola Tesla Official Published on Aug 19, 2014

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Could Robots Be More Dangerous Than Nuclear Bombs?

Featured Image: robot thingy. SOURCEwpclipart.com (Public Domain)

From youtube Rubin Report

Published on Aug 8, 2014

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Face to Face With Sweden’s Social Robot

Featured Image: Robot by Laurentiu Cosmoiu SOURCE: Public Domain Pictures

From Science Daily

Dec. 3, 2013 — Human interaction with robots is about to get a little more personal. Meet “Furhat,” the face of tomorrow’s interactive technology.

An increasingly important — and sometimes frustrating — part of daily life is dealing with so-called “user interfaces.” Whether it’s a smartphone or an airport check-in system, the user’s ability to get what they want out of the machine relies on their own adaptability to unfamiliar interfaces.

But what if you could simply talk to a machine the way you talk to a human being? And what if the machine could also ask you questions, or even address two different people at once? . . . Read Complete Report

From youtube uploaded with Crosstalks TV

Samer Al Moubayed: “One big role in the communications is the human face”

Published on Nov 28, 2013

Samer Al Moubayed, reasearcher at KTH Royal Insitute of Technology explains how robots need to learn communicate in the same way as humans, and that we are not just communicating with our voices.

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