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Re: Robots Are Going to Take Over the World

I totally agree

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Once they can independently take on any task a person can do is when the human race will become obsolete and soon after eradicated.

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As soon as Artificial Intelligence can effectively recreate PMS symptoms...we are finished as a species.

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For the op,

Humanoid robot rides the 1000cc Yamaha R1M

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Re: Robots Are Going to Take Over the World

Nvidia is pushing hard with silicon supporting AI processing in hardware. Once chip manufacturers put their minds together to solve a problem, technology progresses in huge leaps and bound.

http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/6/113...argest-chip-ai

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Re: Robots Are Going to Take Over the World

How about this... http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com...-images-in-dna

A revolutionary new technique has made it possible to use strings of DNA to store digital photographs.
Computer data storage mechanisms have been getting increasingly sophisticated in recent years and now researchers at the University of Washington have managed to take things one step further by using the very building blocks of life to store and retrieve digital data.

To accomplish this, the team needed to convert the binary values that make up the images in to the four basic building blocks of DNA - adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine.

Once this was accomplished the researchers synthesized artificial DNA based on these values.

"Life has produced this fantastic molecule called DNA that efficiently stores all kinds of information about your genes and how a living system works," wrote computer scientist Luis Ceze.

"It's very, very compact and very durable. We're essentially repurposing it to store digital data - pictures, videos, documents - in a manageable way for hundreds or thousands of years."

While it's unlikely that consumers will be using DNA-based hard drives anytime soon, the idea actually appears to work and could become more commonplace in the not-too-distant future. - See more at: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com....jGMs3WHa.dpuf


http://gizmodo.com/scientists-stored...y-r-1769813543


The key here is that this kind of technology seems to me to, in theory, be a precussor of android DNA and new CPU systems. Closer to Quantum Computing or?

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