Humanity’s labor has been greatly expanded by the use of machines. We must maintain decentralized automation for the future use of labor saving and humanity serving tools, or we will be victims of the Crown’s automatons.
With AI and industrial robots cometh the humanoids. Elon Musk is in a race with China to see who will lead the world in mass production. Powered by AI, they will be super-capable to step into roles like caregiver, nanny, medical assistant, robocop, p
Using new innovations in 3D printing, scientists at ETH Zurich have succeeded for the first time in printing a robotic hand with bones, ligaments, and tendons--all made of different polymers in one go.
Dr. Alan Thompson has an Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) percentage tracker. Thompson's tracker indicates that we have 56% of the capabilities for AGI now. He has fit his percentage tracker to an exponential curve and this indicates we will r
Interest in the incorporation of robots into security, policing and military operations has been steadily increasing over the last few years. It's an avenue already being explored in both North America and Europe.
During the 2023 International Conference on Robotics and Automation held in London from May 29 to June 2, UK-based company Engineered Arts introduced a humanoid robot, Ameca, that can interact like a person with realistic facial movements.
In huge news for zero-emissions aviation, Chinese company CATL is set to go to mass production on a "condensed battery" it says can squeeze in more than twice as much energy as a Tesla Model Y battery, by weight – while being safe enough to fly wit
New game has players chat with someone for 2 minutes before they guess if it's a human or an AI bot - so how do YOU fare?
New game tests your ability to tell a bot from a fellow human against the clock
Despite recent outspoken criticism of artificial intelligence – warning of the "danger of training AI to be woke" – it appears Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is working on an AI-related project that will reportedly take on ChatGPT.
X-Tesla AI-Lead shows how to makeGeneratively Pretrained Transformer (GPT). He followed the paper "Attention is All You Need" and OpenAI's GPT-2 / GPT-3. He talk about connections to ChatGPT, which has taken the world by storm. We also watch Gi
I'm looking at the events taking place in America, and I thoroughly believe that if more Americans had and were comfortable with the ins-and-outs of 3D printers, we could ride over a lot of the rough and bumpy roads that we're dealing with.
As part of its 2023 Investor Day, Tesla has given the world a glimpse of where progress is at with its latest-gen Optimus humanoid robot. Nineteen months since it was first announced, the Tesla Bot is now walking, picking things up and doing basic ta
Most people imagine robots at work in a factory, but there's no less innovation going on at the farm--take this spoke-wheeled robot plant nurse who can inspect 50 acres of row crops for disease, pests, or other issues.
A research team from Skoltech, Aalto University, and Kurnakov Institute has recently developed a new, versatile and simple approach to using carbon nanotubes for manufacturing carbon nanotube-polymer nanocomposites.
Since Technocrats crave efficiency, it is easy to design robots that will replace human store shelf stockers. There are well over 150,000 stores targeted for such automation and Microsoft and Nvidia are both key technology leaders who want to spread
Google engineer Blake Lemoine was put on leave after releasing proprietary information: An interview with the chatbot LaMDA that he believes demonstrates that this AI is, in fact, sentient. We analyze the claims and the interview in detail and trace
The archeological site of Pompeii is employing a pair of robots to help monitor the state of preservation of ancient structures, and to gather information underground where it's too dangerous or precarious for humans to go.
The artificial intelligence nanny has arrived. Robots and artificial intelligence (AI) may now be used in conjunction to optimize the generation of human life, marking a significant milestone in the science.
According to Israeli startup Tevel Aerobotics, there is a severe shortage of workers available to pick fruit at orchards. That's why the company is developing an alternative, in the form of autonomous flying drones which do the job.
Kawasaki has shoehorned the supercharged 1,000cc engine from its wild H2R hyperbike into a heavy-lift autonomous cargo helicopter, and has now demonstrated a robotic system for loading and unloading it without exposing humans to those big blades.