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Killer Robots

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  • In addition to killer robots... intelligent digital assistants, home cleaning robots, cooking robots, consumer robots.
    the current and future functionalities of home robots (will) allow them to search, filter, select and purchase various products and services on behalf of their owners. This means that they (will) interfere in the consumer behaviour of their owners by determining the options their owners can choose from.

    This raises the question whether it is the robot or its owner who makes the decision for purchase.
    Skynet sneaks towards control?




  • Fathom wrote: »
    In addition to killer robots... intelligent digital assistants, home cleaning robots, cooking robots, consumer robots.

    Skynet sneaks towards control?
    "This raises the question whether it is the robot or its owner who makes the decision for purchase." Or to attack in the case of killer robots?




  • Black Swan wrote: »
    Or to attack in the case of killer robots?
    Today. Still have MIM.




  • Fathom wrote: »
    Today. Still have MIM.
    Interesting appliction of Man In the Middle as applied to killer robots.




  • Was shoulder surfing. My bad! Student using Netstumber. WireShark. Snooping others in coffee shop. Will killer robots also snoop? Recon?


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  • Fathom wrote: »
    Recon?

    Throwbot: robot is a throwable micro-robot that enables operators to obtain instantaneous video and audio reconnaissance within indoor or outdoor environments.




  • Fathom wrote: »
    Recon?
    Although the US drone shot down by Iran was for "recon" only at the time, it could have also been equipped with AGM-114 Hellfire missiles making it a killer robot too.




  • Black Swan wrote: »
    Although the US drone shot down by Iran was for "recon" only at the time, it could have also been equipped with AGM-114 Hellfire missiles making it a killer robot too.
    Both. Skynet next.




  • A killer robot should be an individual, not cloud based (no instructions rec ivied via communications home).

    When a recon drone sees and identifies the target by itself, and then an AI decides the best course of action, including engagement, observe, or retreat, then we have a killer robot.




  • SlowBlowin wrote: »
    A killer robot should be an individual, not cloud based (no instructions rec ivied via communications home).

    When a recon drone sees and identifies the target by itself, and then an AI decides the best course of action, including engagement, observe, or retreat, then we have a killer robot.
    MIM exits today. Tomorrow?


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  • The Truth About Killer Robots (2018)




  • A different variation of the killer robot of white collar jobs occurs per Richard Baldwin, professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute. Amelia rules.




  • Killer robot differential reproduction




  • Fathom wrote: »
    Killer robot differential reproduction
    Will you add Spencer's survival of the fittest killer robot, too?




  • Black Swan wrote: »
    Will you add Spencer's survival of the fittest killer robot, too?
    Have competitions already. From sports to war.




  • Fathom wrote: »
    Have competitions already. From sports to war.
    and sleeping to eating do'nuts pretty please with knobs on :D




  • Rubecula wrote: »
    and sleeping to eating do'nuts pretty please with knobs on :D
    Human consumption, but what do killer robots eat?




  • mechanical obsolete things and grease?




  • Imagines killer robot spooning nuts and bolts out of bowl for breakfast feeding.




  • "Snap crackle and graunch" ? :D


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  • AI still sucks at visual recognition.

    Butterflies labelled as washing machines, alligators as hummingbirds and dragonflies that become bananas.
    A squirrel was identified as a sea lion and a dragonfly as a manhole cover

    A mushroom became a pretzel and a bullfrog, a squirrel

    And those were well lit pictures of complete objects hardly real world conditions.




  • AI still sucks at visual recognition.
    Makes you wonder about airport facial recognition systems.




  • Black Swan wrote: »
    Makes you wonder about airport facial recognition systems.
    You mean the ones that already know they are looking at a face ,
    and where you can't smile,
    or wear glasses,
    or hats,
    and have to look straight ahead,
    at a fixed point,
    while standing a fixed distance,
    under ideal lighting conditions ?

    The only way you could make it easier for the "AI" would be to have a barcode tattooed on your forehead.




  • The only way you could make it easier for the "AI" would be to have a barcode tattooed on your forehead.
    Shhhhhhhhhhhh Capt'n. If the fool in the highest office across the pond reads this, he will policy tweet it, claiming it was a product of his self-proclaimed genius. Real ID's for all citizens today; forehead barcodes tomorrow.




  • Black Swan wrote: »
    Makes you wonder about airport facial recognition systems.
    Makes angry face. AI attacks!




  • RECF in April 2020?




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    In other news the Pentagon are spending $10Bn on AI and Google won't bid because its too evil. And they let third parties listen in to your voice.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-45798153




  • The Robotic Alliance Project. NASA gives an extensive list of competitions.


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  • Black Swan wrote: »
    The Robotic Alliance Project. NASA gives an extensive list of competitions.

    Cool comprehensive list.


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