POSTED BY: EVAN ACKERMAN / WED, SEPTEMBER 12, 2012
This glowing green egg with eyeballs (at least, that’s my interpretation) is the logo for an artificial intelligence project being undertaken by Fujitsu Laboratories and Japan’s National Institute of Informatics, with the goal of getting a robot to pass the math portion of the University of Tokyo’s entrance exam. . . Read Complete Report
I continue to watch as, I believe, the Controllers are using the fast track towards robots taking on the role of humans. Here is a recognizable movement towards a human acceptance of this. Should we socialize with robots who will be taking our jobs away?? Will you be able to admit that your robot MIGHT be able to drive your car better than you? Will robot sex be more enjoyable than the old fashion human stuff??
But we have time yet before we have to protest THOSE problems. There are many questions that will come up before human-replacement robots hit the Thrift Stores. So, lets enjoy the robots in the video and worry about all of the problems coming off the assembly lines tomorrow.
Another thing, I found nothing like this in Tokyo back in 1968 while my ship stopped to unloaded a cargo.
Oh well, I had my own kind of fun anyway. No not partying (although I have to admit. . .) Knocking around historic places and watching the people performing the chores of everyday life, that was always my passion. . .EDITOR
TOKYO (Reuters) – In a restaurant down an alley in one of Tokyo’s best-known red light districts, four massive female robots wink and wave as they lumber to the beat of traditional Japanese drums and a Lady Gaga dance tune.
It’s show time at the “Robot Restaurant,” a new and high-tech take on the city’s decades-old cabaret scene that puts a friendly, if unusual, face on the robot technology in which Japan is a world leader. . . . Read Complete Report