Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Some questions about robots

Sometimes, children ask questions about the future
and we don't have answer for them.
Perhaps, it isn't so important to give them answers
how to look at your intuitive questions.
Their questions, thanks to his naive curiosity,
may represent, for a right progress, the directionality.

Maybe the robots themselves are not a problem
because they depend on the program and for what purpose.
There's some videos to think about it.

The opinions of some experts.

When Will Robots Take Over the World? from The Atlantic on Vimeo.

 A chronological overview.

Technological Singularity from Michael Dring on Vimeo.

 A hypothetical domain of robots.

ROBONOVIA from Children's Museum of the Arts on Vimeo.

A curiosity:
from 1495  the first robot in human form
by   Leonardo Da Vinci 

 Maybe robots could programmed himself someday.
 As machines, they learn from their mistakes.
 So, they would be progressively optimized.

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