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A divorced dad who lives with four realistic robots that resemble humans says he is the first person in the world to own a Harmony bot designed with artificial intelligence. The man who identifies by his pseudonym, Brick, says he has been working in a ‘voluntary advisory role’ for leading robot firm Realbotix. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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She may look serious but she has a few jokes up her sleeve that may make you laugh… or not. “Somehow she seems more alive,” and “I feel like I just walked into an episode of Westworld,” are some of the comments describing the advanced AI robots at the University of Osaka, Japan. A CBS reporter described his experience with one of the humanoid robots with the following: “I can see her breathing… her shoulders go up and down”. “They can be a new kind of humans, right?” says Dr. Hiroshi Ishiguro about humanoids. FULL ARTICLE AT http://Technocular.net.

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BabyX, the lifelike virtual infant from the New Zealand-based research group Soul Machines, has one goal - to humanize artificial intelligence (AI). Soul Machines develops robots that mimic not only human gestures but also the way humans function. Soul Machines is now building “biologically inspired models of the human brain”. It uses the concepts of neural networks and machine learning to build a virtual nervous system. When their autonomous virtual infant smiles, it's not because of some code that directs it to do so - it’s actually in reaction to virtual dopamine and endorphins.FULL ARTICLE AT http://Technocular.net.

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Artists play a key role in AI development. Their reconstruction techniques can bring someone “back to life” even after 2,000 years. Coupled with AI technology, especially ones capable of machine learning, things start to get a little eerie. As we’ve seen in past videos, artists have created remarkable hyper-realistic sculptures that are later assigned to their respective AI “brains” and “souls”.
The National Museum of Antiquities in the Netherlands took a scan of a marble portrait to make the model of Julius Caesar’s head, thanks to their advanced 3D technology.

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We were one of the first to report about Lumidolls, an AI hotel just off Barcelona’s famous La Rambla boulevard which opened its doors in February of 2017. By April of this year, Lumidolls had opened a second franchise, this time in Moscow, after striking an agreement with Russian investors.Today, Lumidolls has expanded even further with co-founder and owner Sergi Prieto announcing the opening of a third location in another European city within the next few weeks. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Newly developed AI robots mimic almost any action after watching a human do them just once. Up to this point, most machines, are programmed to complete tasks via computer codes which is often time consuming with unpredictable results. Developed by engineers at the University of California at Berkeley, the research team has developed a clawed machine that can learn new tasks immediately. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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A new AI could finally spell the end for the IQ test and find out how smart you really are just by looking at a scan of your brain, reports the Daily Mail. Researchers from Caltech, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and the University of Salerno say their system can predict a person's intelligence from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scans of their resting state brain activity. To train their AI, researchers downloaded the brain scans and intelligence scores from almost 900 individuals. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Cimon, pronounced Simon, will be launched into space aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket today. Cimon is being sent to the International Space Station (ISS) to assist human astronauts there. Matthias Biniok, who led IBM's AI Project, told ABC News, “Cimon's task is to assist astronauts on the ISS. Also, Cimon is tasked with being a friendly colleague.” FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Scientists from the University of Tokyo put four thrusters together to create a floating serpentine, called DRAGON. The dragon can squeeze and fly through tight spaces and has the ability to transform into different shapes while carrying cargo. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Extraordinary or not? China’s leading AI love doll manufacturer, DS Doll released a video showing a realistic android wagging its tongue rapidly. DS Doll marketing manager Sam told Daily Star Online that the silicone tongue is designed to “look cheeky and cute” and move just like a human tongue. “The tongue, that comes in and out of the mouth, will be included in the second generation of the robotic head,” he said. The robot is controlled through an app and it is in the “final stages of development” according the the company. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Robot Samantha has been invented with the intelligence to go on strike and shut down completely if nagged when not in the mood. Samantha has the ability to say “no”. This was demonstrated to an audience of academics in the UK. The robot has sensors hidden under her skin, so she can respond to touch like a human. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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An AI-powered workplace team member Jane.ai has been launched and its role is imperative. Research finds that at the moment there is a lack of access to basic information for employees, causing them to waste a big chunk of their time. Here’s where Jane.ai comes in. Jane is an AI-powered work assistant that answers employee questions by giving them easy access to company information. "Jane is an enterprise AI platform and the whole idea is we want to take all of your company’s intelligence and make it accessible in a simple, intuitive chat interface," says David Karandish, founder and CEO of Jane.FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Last June, outside the world's tallest tower, Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, stood a real-life robocop. People laughed and took selfies and some were amazed when they realized that a robot was answering their questions. "This robot joined the Dubai police to help citizens in an innovative and engaging way, and it is located by now in tourist attractions and shopping malls," the makers of the robot cop told the BBC. "Besides, it is a tool for citizens to contact the Dubai Police call centres by using the microphones integrated into the robot,” states the company. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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It's never been clear what the robotics company Boston Dynamics has been up to. In one popular video, a life-size robotic wildcat sprints across a parking lot at almost 20 miles an hour. But now, in a rare interview, Boston Dynamics CEO Marc Raibert has shed new light on his work, claiming the machines are developed to be used as servants rather than weapons. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Leading medics warn that the rising use of love bots could spread diseases. The medics are not alone. Others have backed this claim and further warn that the use of love bots could cause a lack of intimacy and worse. Sheffield University Professor Noel Sharkey says, “The manufacturers are doing a massive marketing job on the health benefits of [love] robots, particularly for therapy, and yet there is absolutely no evidence for this.” FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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A remarkable development in AI has emerged as Stanford and Seoul National University researchers create an artificial nerve system that gives prosthetic devices and robots a sense of touch. The work, reported in Science, is a step toward creating artificial skin for prosthetic limbs to give robots a reflex capability. "We take skin for granted but it's a complex sensing, signaling and decision-making system," said Zhenan Bao, one of the senior authors. "This artificial sensory nerve system is a step toward making skin-like sensory neural networks for all sorts of applications,” Bao continued. FULL ARTICLE AT http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Researchers working at MIT and the University of Toronto announced a system, called VirtualHome, which aims to teach robots how to do extensive house work. The researchers identified sub-tasks to describe thousands of duties in areas such as kitchens, dining rooms, and home offices. “The way we define it is by an action and an object that the action is directed to,” says MIT PhD student Xavier Puig. READ FULL ARTICLE http://TechnocularNews.com.

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In a Tokyo suburb, a Buddhist temple has been causing a stir after performing funerals for hundreds of robot dogs. The funerals were held with incense smoke, chanting priests and prayers for a peaceful transition of the ‘souls’ of the departed bots. Mourners, who were deeply attached to their robot companions, attended the funerals because they believed their robots had a soul that needed to be put to rest. The funerals were performed for Sony's AIBO robot dogs. In 1999, 3,000 units were sold to the Japanese market, according to the National Geographic. READ FULL ARTICLE http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Dr. David Hanson, who famously created the eerily lifelike robot, Sophia, believes that humans are just a few decades away from marrying droids. He reminds us that humans are already ‘making love’ to robots in 2018. According to Dr. Hanson, Androids will get the same civil rights as humans by the year 2045. That includes the "right to marry, own land and vote in general elections". Dr. Hanson expects robots to surpass "nearly everything that humans can do" by 2035.If you like this video, please share it and don't forget to subscribe!

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Henry, a 5'11" male robot, is Real­Botix’s latest creation and slightly newer than his female counterpart, Harmony. “Be kind, because Henry’s a baby,” the founder of RealBotix, Matt McMullen says. One reason love bots haven’t gone mainstream yet, aside from their cost is that they’ve never really caught on with women. READ FULL ARTICLE http://TechnocularNews.com.

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The Dolls Hotel has just opened its doors in Moscow ahead of the World Cup hoping to get an influx of foreign customers. Rooms cost between $25 and $40 per hour. A spokesperson for the hotel said in broken English, “We really are waiting for a flow of visitors during the World Cup - and we look forward many foreign clients”. A great lineup of bots await, each having its own unique personality. READ FULL ARTICLE http://TechnocularNews.com.

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Engineered Arts is a firm that creates hyper-realistic humanoid robots that can be custom built. Founded in 2004, the company is a world leader in life sized commercially available humanoid robots. Prices of the robots range from $13,000 to $80,000 and at the moment, they are used for entertainment, information, education and research. The company currently offers three commercially available products - RoboThespian, SociBot and the SociBot Mini. READ FULL ARTICLE http://TechnocularNews.com.

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NEW VIDEOS - Boston Dynamics just posted two more clips  showing the latest progress of its Atlas and SpotMini robots. Atlas, the humanoid robot, goes for a jog in a yard that appears to be sloped here and there. It pauses at one point to jump over a log. In the other video, the dog-like SpotMini robot runs around an office on its own and shows off its ability to climb up and down stairs without issue. FULL ARTICLES http://TechnocularNews.com.

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A team at MIT Media Lab created what is probably the world’s first artificial intelligence psychopath. His name is Norman and his computer brain was allegedly warped by exposure to "the darkest corners of Reddit" during its early training. This turned the robot into a psychopath leaving it with "chronic hallucinatory disorder”. MIT Media Lab representatives described the presence of "something fundamentally evil in Norman's architecture that makes his re-training impossible”.

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Engineers from DS Doll based in the Chinese port city of Dalian, are now developing an AI robot that will be able to walk, talk and make decisions without human control. The completely autonomous robot is being designed to mimic humans. Right now, DS Doll is working on its first prototype – a female robot head that will be affixed on a mechanical body covered in silicone, giving the impression of a human replica. FULL ARTICLE http://TechnocularNews.com.

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