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19 Aug 2021 20:10 #218175 by shpatb
Are we going too far ???

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19 Aug 2021 20:18 #218177 by shpatb
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Sit back ,take a cold drink and enjoy this marvel!
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29 Aug 2021 09:33 #219078 by aleksamc
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As for looking for human history, I think, in real world this robots will be used by Pentagon at first time)))) Possibly they are not ready yet for this reason.

As for where pople are going, I suppose that "going too far" become 100 years ago when Henry Ford starts to use assembling conveior.
We live in the world where "far-far-evey" is very near place. And I think people like that.
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29 Aug 2021 10:38 #219087 by tommylight
The title should have been :
Robots are better than humans !
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29 Aug 2021 17:40 #219113 by aleksamc
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As to look inside of humans brain - it has same principles as robots are. But we are only BIO-creatures.
All processes of our mind are controlled by electrical currents inside of nervous system.
So if to learn robot think as human it will be also smart and independent.
Today artificial inteligent also developping by different countries. I think we will not see terminator2 and armagedon but smart and independent computers - are very possible.
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29 Aug 2021 17:43 #219114 by aleksamc
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As for me, I can't make back flip, so this robots are more expeianced in this then me.
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29 Aug 2021 17:55 #219115 by robertspark
robot knows no pain, and therefore knows no limits.... I have 1 spinal cord... I am not going to be trying backflips anytime soon....  still can't get it to move by its self by assessing the terrain (yet).

considering we cannot seem to get 9 axis coordinated jerk controlled motion on linuxcnc.... maybe AI can solve it?
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29 Aug 2021 20:10 #219121 by aleksamc
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No, I think inteligent for CNC is bad idea.
Imagine that you want to make on machine one part and received at finish something else because machine thought that enother one suits you better;)))
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29 Aug 2021 21:52 - 29 Aug 2021 21:53 #219128 by shpatb
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As for me, I can't make back flip, so this robots are more expeianced in this then me.

LOL,+1
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01 Sep 2021 23:36 #219373 by andypugh
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what-if.xkcd.com/5/

Includes the classic "What people don't appreciate, when they picture Terminator-style automatons striding triumphantly across a mountain of human skulls, is how hard it is to keep your footing on something as unstable as a mountain of human skulls. Most humans probably couldn't manage it, and they've had a lifetime of practice at walking without falling over."
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