Friday, May 30, 2008
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
But have these researchers never seen real monkeys? How long until they start checking each other for ticks and then start flinging poo at us? Imagine how much force they could use with that robot arm. Makes clean up time just that much more difficult.
Yes, the north pole, where tiny robots can continue implanting and tending their nefarious global warming devices while pretending to help polar bears.
Or maybe they'll head straight for the alien base lodged in the center of the earth.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
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Friday, May 16, 2008
Here's a longer video. Same robots, though. Same shameful display of robots making humans obsolete as part of their nefarious plans.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
From The Press Association:
British scientists have won a £1 million grant to find out if a robot can safely be employed to stir soup in a kitchen.
The project called Co-operative Human Robot Interaction Systems and based at the Bristol Robotics Lab has been funded by the European Commission.
A lab spokeswoman said: "It will specifically look at the problems of a human and a robot working together in the same space, for example in a kitchen where the service robot is performing a task such as stirring soup, while you add cream."
Here's another article on this important subject.
I'm just not sure I have a comment on this story. Except, of course, the obligatory reference to that Outer Limits cook book, To Serve Man.
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
First they outsource our conductors, then our viola players become robots and then...?
By the way, does anybody else think it's ironic that Japan sent a robot they built to conduct an orchestra in Detroit...?
This little feller will "explore the depths of the Atlantic Ocean to study the growth of underwater volcanoes."
Hmm. Volcanoes, eh?
How long until they start hollowing them out to make a secret lair where they can finally hammer out their plans to annihilate us?
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Quote: "the research is expected to lead to the introduction of powerful and flexible machines suitable for use in dynamically changing environments where conditions are unstable or unpredictable, such as war zones or disaster areas."
War zones, eh? Like the war between robots and humans...?
Saturday, May 10, 2008
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Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Well here's an interesting new way for them to approach world domination. Through our free market system.
Meet Marl the stock picking robot.
Quote: Once an orderly and uncongested chart pattern is recognized; proven to generate risk/reward is identified by "Marl", it will then be added to its "Watch List".
Yeah, I bet we'll all be added to its watch list sooner or later.
Image from http://olegportnoy.blogspot.com