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DARPA Announces $2 Billion Campaign to Develop Next Wave of AI Technologies

DARPA’s multi-year strategy seeks contextual reasoning in AI systems to create more trusting, collaborative partnerships between humans and machines Over its 60-year history, DARPA has played a leading role in the creation and advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that have produced game-changing capabilities for the Department of Defense. Starting in the 1960s, DARPA research shaped the first wave of AI technologies, which focused on … Continue reading DARPA Announces $2 Billion Campaign to Develop Next Wave of AI Technologies

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The life of a rat and what AI is really built for

You are living in a prison A prison you can not see, smell or touch. But it is there. All the time. From your birth till your death. You built it, you want it and you are protecting its existence. You are thinking that you are free but this is an illusion. As long as you are believing in this illusion, you are not questioning … Continue reading The life of a rat and what AI is really built for

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Robots take jobs from humans

Will robots “keep” us? Scientists are already seeing signs of a dystopian future as more robots take jobs from humans Is artificial intelligence (AI) advancing too fast? According to a report from a management consultancy firm, we are steadily heading down the path to dystopia as robots overtake jobs that help give meaning to our lives. Dr Subhash Kak, a computing expert at Oklahoma University, explains that … Continue reading Robots take jobs from humans

ROBO-WARS: DARPA wants to deploy automated drones as coordinated swarms to “isolate an urban objective”

Source: http://robotics.news/2018-04-28-darpa-automated-drones-coordinated-swarms.html DARPA is no longer satisfied with merely deploying drones to the battlefield. It wants swarms of unmanned aircraft and ground-borne robots that can work together to isolate an urban objective, according to an article on TechCrunch. The military research agency has announced the second “sprint” of its OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program. Sprints are periods in a program when DARPA announces a main theme and asks … Continue reading ROBO-WARS: DARPA wants to deploy automated drones as coordinated swarms to “isolate an urban objective”

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Mobile Phone – Clear Evidence Of Cancer

Source: Enrionmental Health Trust “Clear Evidence Of Cancer” Concludes U.S. National Toxicology Program Expert Panel On Cell Phone Radiation Scientific panel advises there is evidence for an association between both heart and brain cancers and cell phone radiation in large-scale animal study. Expanded Press Release (with radio/TV/print news at bottom of page) (Triangle Park, NC) March 28, 2018 Scientific panel advises there is evidence for an … Continue reading Mobile Phone – Clear Evidence Of Cancer

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Robotic Process Automation & Artificial Intelligence

The description for how to replace the human Human endeavour has always been to make life easier, faster and convenient with improved productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness towards the broader goal of solving our problems and fulfilling our needs or objectives. In the last two centuries, this endeavour has reached new peaks at exponential speeds. Take for example the case of automobiles. Until the beginning of … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation & Artificial Intelligence

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AI robots are already creating “hellish dystopia” by stealing human jobs, professor warns

A professor of electrical and computer engineering at The University of Oklahoma has issued a warning about the threat of artificial intelligence (AI) robots taking over the world. According to Dr. Subhash Kak, technological automation is already in the process of creating a “hellish dystopia” on earth, where all human jobs will eventually be replaced by fake robot “employees” that can perform them for free. Though they might … Continue reading AI robots are already creating “hellish dystopia” by stealing human jobs, professor warns