If you want to see the video
http://gizmodo.com/5911674/you-did-what … -own-tools
In a nutshell, a robot arm wielding a tube of plastic goo fashioned a cup with a handle to move water from one bucket to another. The only interesting thing is that the robot was never programmed to make a specific tool, it was given the task of moving the water, and through trial and error eventually got it right.
This is a fascinating video! Thanks for sharing the link - the topic is very interesting. The linked article is misleading, though. It implies that the robot planned what to do by itself, but it actually had human direction. The researchers are trying to make robots that make decisions for themselves, however, which should make the future very interesting!. http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/19/robo … with-glue/
by getitrite 2 years ago
If you programmed a robot to enforce all biblical laws, would you feel safe having it in your home?
by mischeviousme 6 years ago
I read the comments of the christian writers on hub pages and I'm taken aback. The lack of self-criticism and their fear of having an opinion, is heart breaking. Their respective churches have erased whatever mind they started out with and left behind programable, robotic shells. It's one thing to...
by FootballNut 5 weeks ago
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by Prodio 4 years ago
Some people might think that the engineering involved in the creation of the human body is quite basic and primitive. Well, I must ask: Has anyone ever created a biologically functioning human body from scratch? Because if anyone wants to create a perfect human body - then he/she must have the...
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