Off topic: Robots among us any opinion?

darklense

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South Korea has developed a 13 foot tall robot that mimics movements of the driver. Kinda like Avatar. What It's Like To Pilot A $100 Million, 13-Foot Tall Robot That Looks Like Its From A Sci-Fi Film http://brobible.com/culture/article/method-2-robot/2/
The scientists have already discovered artificial skin to give sense of touch to robots, Self-healing electronic skin will help robots have a sense of touch like humans https://qz.com/1204490/self-healing-electronic-skin-will-help-robots-have-a-sense-of-touch-like-humans/
and Japanese have discovered a skeletal skin robots that imitate human body, called Kenshiro.
https://phys.org/news/2012-12-japanese-robot-humanlike-muscle-skeleton-video.html
Since I was asked to edit the post, and actually its just news. Any opinions?
 
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The more that technology develops the more the robots will take over every day jobs we now have, my question is what are humans gonna do?
 
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They'll probably riot after some time, claiming robots have taken over every single thing in people's life.
 
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They'll probably riot after some time, claiming robots have taken over every single thing in people's life.

Probably because they will be bored, unemployed, and eating car rims or something
 

JeckeL

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Us robots love car rims, especially when they're covered in grease. We also enjoy eating motherboards and railroad spikes
 
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Of course some jobs will disappear because of the robots but surely the future with them overall isn't nearly as gloomy as many believe. So I'm convinced that they transform us and the way we live and not replace.
 
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Im not saying the skynet will kill us all but it seems like we will be very much bored to death
 

darklense

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The annoying thing is that they even use it in marketing purposes the other day I read that: "Walmart filed a patent in March for autonomous robot bees that can pollinate like their real insect counterparts. Tiny cameras on the robots -- also called pollination drones -- not only detect and spot the locations of the crops that need pollinating, but the sensitive sensors on the drones will assure that successful pollination occurs."
 

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