I will start this story by saying this prediction comes from Great Britain and it is of an adult nature. I say that because I have noticed some of these studies that come from that country are a little, shall we say, weird. This one defiantly fits that category.
I am old school. I am a creature of habit. I firmly believe in the saying 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it'. With that said, advancements are necessary, sometimes a necessary evil. Point in case is a new report from Oxford University.
During a meeting of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, the discussion turned to ‘killer robots’. Considering killer drones have been used to kill thousands already, the UN believes the next step will be completely autonomous machines.
In China a restaurant has opened that is run by robots. There are 12 robots on the staff that cook and deliver food to the tables. They even have two robot hostesses’ that greet customers when they arrive. Each robot cost $6, 500 or the same as a year’s wage.
The worry about the future is robots taking all our jobs. Most people now believe they will create more jobs. There are many robots doing the jobs humans used to do, assembly lines at auto manufactures, warehouses and even hospitals. These are line work jobs and usually boring and require heavy lift…
Covers of the Stan Bush anthem 'The Touch' -- known to geeks from its use in 1986's 'Transformers: The Movie' -- are nothing new. But covers of 'The Touch' performed by an all-Transformer band? Now that's something we don't see every day.
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Congratulations to Jamee Luce and Robotics Team #2648 Infinite Loop from Messalonskee High School for winning the FRC Pine Tree Regional Robotics Competition in Lewiston this weekend. Now they are headed to St. Louis, Missouri in 2 weeks for the World Championships.