I think robots could become our lovers in the future, I don’t see why not, we get very attached to technology. Does love need to be reciprocated in order to be valid? I think you could form attachments to things and there’s no particular reason why one of those things… Continue Reading Would you have sex with a robot?
Unplugged Activity | My Robotic Friends (Kiki Prottsman – Thinkersmith) This is a fantastic lesson called my robotic friends. It’s a lot of fun. We teach programming without using computers. So we get groups together, where people program their robotic friends to stack cups in a certain configuration just by… Continue Reading Unplugged – My Robotic Friends
Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. In this series, we have plenty of videos on DeepFakes, and whenever I publish one of these, I hear a lot of doom and gloom, some of which, is, of course, justified, but in this video, the pendulum shall… Continue Reading Machine Learning Helps Us Preserve The Environment! 🌲
And now it’s time for Politics Monday. Here to analyze all the week’s political news, Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and host of public radio’s “Politics With Amy Walter,” and Domenico Montanaro. He’s a senior political editor at NPR. Thanks so much for being here. Amy, this is… Continue Reading Amy Walter and Domenico Montenaro on 2020 Democrats’ ‘volatility,’ impeachment politics
So, hello, my name is Wesley Wark, I’m a visiting professor at the graduate school of public and international affairs at the University of Ottawa. It’s been over a lengthy academic career spent a lot of time at the Monk School Global Affairs at the University of Toronto but it’s… Continue Reading Wesley Wark
Researchers have shown that a swarm of reactive robots can function as a team to solve a complicated puzzle– without reasoning or explicit programming. They placed a swarm of 20 hockey-puck shaped robots inside an arena The swarm’s goal was to enter each booth in the correct order The bots… Continue Reading Simple robots form a chain gang to solve complex problems