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You better smell good the next time you chat with someone on your phone because “digital odor” is now possible to transmit electronically. Unless of course your future privacy settings protect you from sharing your smell. One research institute in Malaysia called Imagineering has developed this odd technology to fuel the phenomenon of virtual and augmented reality. More on http://technocular.net.

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Couples purchasing or renting AI love robots report improvements in their relationships because they say the desire to cheat with other people diminishes. They claim having an artificially intelligent doll at home is safe, prevents jealousy and fear, and improves their love lives. More on http://technocular.net.

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A new love robot resort will be opening its doors in West Hollywood, California sometime next year. CEO Unicole Unicron explains what his Eve’s Robot Dreams, an AI resort, will offer its customers.

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“The reality is that technology more often brings us closer together than isolates us and that it can actually be quite a good and useful thing,” claims a Computer Scientist from Kings College London. Devlin’s work includes examining the overlap between intimacy and technology as well as human-computer and human-AI robot interactions. Full article on http://Technocular.net.

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Harmony, an ultra-realistic humanoid, garnered almost a hundred matches on Tinder in just two hours. Harmony is the first artificially intelligent robot on Tinder. The photos of the AI robot were uploaded on the dating platform with interesting descriptions. Full article on http://Technocular.net.

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Jade Stanley, 35, and a mother of four says her business of renting AI bots to comfort people who lost loved ones is booming. A first of its kind, her company in the UK offers week-long rentals of its conventional robots or custom bots according to the buyer's exact specifications. The entrepreneur says the bionic replicas are popular among widowers who are missing their dead loved ones. Full article on http://Technocular.net.

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Boston Dynamics' new humanoid robot can now leap up stairs better than most humans; stirring fears among critics.

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When things couldn’t get eerier in the artificial intelligence /tech/science world, Neuroscientists successfully connected the brains of three people, enabling them to share thoughts. Together, the three connected brains were able to pay a Tetris-style game. It works through a combination of electroencephalograms (EEGs), for recording the electrical impulses that indicate brain activity. It also uses transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), where neurons are stimulated using magnetic fields. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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A recent article featured an artificial intelligence ‘influencer' called Miquela who has 1.3 million Instagram followers. Miquela is the world’s most famous robot influencer and a renowned fashion blogger. Earlier this year, she collaborated with Prada for Milan Fashion Week, posting 3D-generated gifs of herself wearing the spring/summer collection. Prada isn't the only brand that's embracing virtual models. Balmain now has a "Balmain Army" that features CGI models Margot, Shudu and Zhi. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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The “love robot brothel” will be open for business in Houston, Texas next week if protesters don’t stop its inception. It would be the first robot brothel in the United States and the second one in North America after a similar opened in Toronto, Canada this year which also caused fury. In the Toronto location, the love dolls rent for $120 per hour. More than 5,800 people have already signed a petition calling for sex robot brothels to be banned from Houston. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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AI Robot assassins capable of "untraceable attacks" are poised to be sold in the black market, warns computer engineer Dr. Subhash Ka in a Daily Star article. Dr. Ka envisions criminal gangs and terrorists getting their hands on murderous artificial intelligence to hunt down enemy targets. And by being controlled in a distance, even thousands of miles away, they could make it impossible for the culprits to be traced. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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Robots could be prone to being dangerous. The warning comes after a Campaign to Stop Robots report said autonomous machines used for warfare are poised for mass production. Computer engineer Subhash Kak said machines this advanced could malfunction and produce radical behavior. "There could be a bug in the code,” says Mr. Kak. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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Computer scientist Supasorn Suwajanakorn has created an AI model that replicates human beings – dead or alive. The technology uses existing photos and videos to create a 3D model of their face with astonishing resemblance. His model has the ability to mimic even the smallest facial expressions of a person. With 3D printing and the rise of ultra-realistic AI robots already equipped with advanced technology like sensitive artificial skin, the future could see full replicas of people - dead or alive - walking among us. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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Want to save your marriage? Forget the flowers and chocolates, and bring home a dazzling robot instead says professor and author Dr. Marina Ashade. "The reality is that marriage has always evolved alongside changes in technology," the University of British Columbia professor explained. She describes how "electrification in the home" made women's work less time-consuming, improving the quality of married life. We've already seen examples of AI robots that can hold conversations and even load the dishwasher. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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Westworld-style robots will someday replace women, claim users of the hyper-realistic Harmony robot created by Realbotix San Marcos, California. According to the Daily Star, their claim is strong enough to have campaigners, academics and artificial intelligence experts worried about its implications for society. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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Here are five of the scariest predictions about Artificial Intelligence
#1 - Mass unemployment: Many analysts predict AI will result in mass worldwide unemployment as jobs become more and more automated and human labor is no longer needed. "Job losses are probably the biggest worry," said Alan Bundy, a professor at the University of Edinburgh's school of informatics. FULL ARTICLE AT https://technocular.net.

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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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