Rise of the Machines : Documentary on the Future of Human Like Robots .
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Rise of the Machines : Documentary on the Future of Human Like Robots
De duistere elite wil een nieuwe soort mensen maken die net als robots zijn, d.w.z. zonder een ziel, die makkelijk programmeerbare en voorspelbare slaven zijn. De grijze aliens zijn zo´n soort, en ik denk dat ze op die manier hun zielen kwijt zijn geraakt. Men kan natuurlijk ook duistere zielen in die robots doen, als men wil.
Ja ik geloof ook dat de elite duistere bedoelingen heeft.
Gepubliceerd op 2 apr. 2014
Why are some of the world's largest corporations investing in advanced robotic technologies? Is this a natural drive toward a technological future, or is there more to the movement? Artificial intelligence recently received a major boost from a trio of mega-investors, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Joining him on a $40 investment are Elton Musk of Tesla Motors and actor Ashton Kuthcher. The goal of their project is to build an artificial brain that can see, understand language and do math.
The Xprize Foundation announced their latest annual prize. The winning entrant must build a robot capable of giving a speech at the annual TED conference, bringing the audience to a standing ovation. Details are yet to be announced.
Google recently acquired artificial intelligence developer DeepMind for an estimated $660 million dollars. That company designs learning machines, as well as a video game centered on world domination. Google recently refused government funding for development of a new robot. That machine is entered in a contest, sponsored by military researchers DARPA.
Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism. She is also the author of a series of new articles, examining the motives behind these investments, as well as the state of the industry.
Posel is your guest on the show today She will talk about these stories, as well as the impact artificial intelligence will have on ordinary people.
Examining Corporate Interest in Advanced Robitics with Susanne Posel
De naam DARPA is niet toevallig, zo zullen de mechanische hondrobots van de Armageddon heten, die voor de duistere krachten zullen vechten. Ze zijn 2.20 meter hoog, ze kunnen op twee benen staan en op wanden klimmen. Ze kunnen een mens binnen seconden doodmaken dmv microgolven. Ze kunnen in alle richtingen kijken, ook achter hun hoofd. Ze zijn echter allergisch voor koper en sterven binnen 7 seconden na alle contact er mee, maar ze sterven ook als onthoofd. Deze informatie komt van de kloosters van de Athos Berg.
Onvoorstelbaar waar robots al toe in staat zijn. De ontwikkelingen gaan razend snel. Het volgende filmpje laat verschillende typen zien. Hier zie je ook robots die verticale wanden kunnen beklimmen, anderen die kunnen vliegen en weer anderen die zeer hoog kunnen springen. Ze zijn er in allerlei vormen en maten.
In three chapters, two acclaimed Korean directors probe the state of human compassion in the era of high technology. Across the installments we witness robots attaining Buddhist nirvana, zombie attacks as ecological allegories, and the possibility of black holes on the Internet. These vignettes thematically offer an alternative definition of humanity that the world may very well need to embrace in the near future.
Dus de robots en zombies worden als goddelijk voorgesteld. "The End Is Just Another Beginning" betekent het einde van de goddelijke wereld en het begin van de demonische.
atch a first-time glimpse at smart technology that will put android helpers in the home, network commuters and entire cities to the Web, and bring us entertainment systems that can virtually make dreams come true.
Advances in artificial intelligence are creating machines with near human-like mental agility. Intelligence will be embedded everywhere - even in our clothing, thanks to smaller, more powerful computers.
Soon, we will be able to build computers with artificial intelligence and processing power that rivals the human brain.
Intelligence will be everywhere, in our clothing, our vehicles and homes. Intelligent robots will serve us - until they don't feel like doing so anymore. And what happens then...?
How far have we come with Artificial Intelligence? Are there intelligent machines, or have we changed the world to allow dumb machines to behave intelligently?
Luciano Floridi is Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute and Fellow of St Cross College. He was previously Professor of Philosophy and UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics at the University of Hertfordshire.
How Intelligent is Artificial Intelligence? - Computerphile
Gepubliceerd op 11 jul. 2013
Artificial intelligence is an ever evolving goal for researchers, and the object of endless fascination for writers, filmmakers, and the general public. But despite our best science fiction visions, creating digital intelligence is incredibly difficult. The universe is a very complicated place, and humans have had millions of years to evolve the ability to navigate and make sense of it. Contemporary attempts to create AI have us looking more at how our own brains work to see how a computer could simulate the core activities that create our intelligence. No matter how we get there, it is certain that artificial intelligence will have tremendous impact on our society and economy, and lead us down a path towards evolving our own definitions of humanity.
The Rise of Artificial Intelligence | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios
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.
The deadly, insect-sized drones of the future - Unobtrusive, Invasive, and Lethal are here as depicted in this old video
The Air Force is reportedly developing winged drones that can sneak up on a suspected enemy as stealthily as a mosquito
Sgt Carl Boyd, of First Battalion Royal Fusiliers, with a Black Hornet camera helicopter. Salisbury Plane, Wiltshire. The mini spy in the sky, which has a 20 minute fly time is already in use in Afghanistan.
Army test next generation nano drone - the Black Hornet
WCPO news report, entirely "solo" or MMJ except for a few file clips of the war(s). This is the story of some of the thousand-plus U.S. combat veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan who have lost a limb, and the new technology that is allowing them to resume their lives, and in some cases, their military careers.
In a robot lab at TEDGlobal, Raffaello D'Andrea demos his flying quadcopters: robots that think like athletes, solving physical problems with algorithms that help them learn. In a series of nifty demos, D'Andrea show drones that play catch, balance and make decisions together -- and watch out for an I-want-this-now demo of Kinect-controlled quads.
Raffaello D'Andrea: The astounding athletic power of quadcopters
Gepubliceerd op 5 dec. 2012
From military weapons expos in Jordan to idyllic SoCal beaches, we caught up with some of those who are building and selling unmanned aerial vehicles all over the world, and even convinced a few companies to let us take their flying spy robots for a spin.