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BY JASON DORRIER Building houses of brick is almost as old as human civilization itself, and over the millennia, we’ve perfected the art. The fastest bricklayers can mortar and place over 700 bricks an hour. Pretty fast. But ...
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Tragischer Arbeitsunfall im Baunataler Volkswagen-Werk: Ein aus Sachsen stammender Arbeiter ist von einem Produktionsroboter getötet worden. Die Staatsanwaltschaft ermittelt.
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Simulation of space debris orbiting the Earth

Since humanity made its first trip out of Earth's atmosphere, we've been polluting the emptiness surrounding our planet. Orbital debris is a significant concern for all space-faring countries and could seriously impact the future of spaceflight. Because objects in Low-Earth Orbit are moving at a brisk 7km/s (15,000mph) the risk for catastrophic collision, especially with manned spacecraft, is a nontrivial issue. 

This simulation illustrates some of the debris orbiting the planet (not to scale) that our spacecraft must navigate through when exiting the atmosphere. NASA and other government agencies track approximately 19,000 pieces of debris larger than 5cm with an estimate 300,000 pieces larger than 1cm existing below 2,000km. Numerous debris-removal missions are currently being planned to clean up low Earth orbits. 

It is important to remember that the objects depicted in the animation are not to scale. At this scale, much of the debris would require an electron microscope to visualize.

Source: https://youtu.be/pkfKnxX-L0k

#ScienceGIF   #Science   #GIF   #Space   #NASA   #Earth   #Orbit   #SpaceJunk   #Debris   #Hazard   #Simulation   #Satellite  
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No, as a whole we don't, and I find that to be rather disturbing. 
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So I just came across this website where found that you can literally chat with an artificial intelligence computer calle A.L.I.C.E (Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity)ask it anything I promise it's worth a try. I asked: will robots take over the world? #artificialintelligence   #softwaredevelopment   #alicebot  
The A.L.I.C.E. AI Foundation promotes the adoption of the A.L.I.C.E. and AIML free open source software for chatrobots, chat robots, chatterbots or chatterboxes, an AIML chatterbot, chat robot, chatterbot, natural language systems for use in games, entertainment, films, TV, web sites, and combined with speech recognition, knowledge representation, reasoning and voice synthesis for total end-to-end artificial intelligence robot solutions. Have a c...
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Artificial Intelligence Machine Gets Testy With Its Programmer http://on.wsj.com/1eMKJP6 via @WSJD#AI
Machine is asked to define morality, gets annoyed when it can't.
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Yaskawa robot learns the art of the samurai - Japanese robotics company Yaskawa Electric Corporation pitted one of the most skilled swordsmen in the world against one of their machines and the results are incredible. The movements of Isao Machii, record-holding master of the Iaijyutsu sword style, were first recorded and analysed in 3D, via motion capture, and then mimicked exactly by the MOTOMAN-MH24 robotic arm. In a video released by the robotics company, the sword-w... http://ow.ly/30uKI0
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Theology, LSD, and Superintelligence http://europe.newsweek.com/329208
Stephen Hawking last year warned that AI could lead to the end of the human race
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After “Taking” People’s Jobs, Robots Could Soon Replace Guide Dogs Too: Robots are already being blamed for taking people’s jobs, and now the machines are gunning for guide dogs. Researchers have developed a ‘robot on reins’ that can help people navigate using tactile sensors and vibrations. The proof-of-concept currently resembles a vacuum cleaner or lawnmower but future The post After “Taking” People’s Jobs, Robots Could Soon Replace Guide Dogs Too appeared first on WT VOX - Wearables And IoT. https://goo.gl/Ugls8b #Wearables #IoT
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Oxford's Stuart Armstrong warns, 'Threat from Artificial Intelligence not just Hollywood fantasy' http://bit.ly/1fXSvWK 
Oxford academic Dr Stuart Armstrong warns humanity runs the risk of creating super intelligent computers that eventually destroy us all
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Human: What is the purpose of living?
Machine: To live forever.

Conversational modeling that allows the model to remember facts, understand contexts and perform common sense reasoning, all with fewer hand-crafted rules.

Paper: A Neural Conversational Model
Source: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1506.05869v2.pdf
Authors: +Oriol Vinyals and Quoc V. Le
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The sun emitted a mid-level solar flare, an M7.9-class, peaking at 4:16 a.m. EDT today. Our Solar Dynamics Observatory, which watches the sun constantly, captured this image of the event. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1CwprdI #NASABeyond
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Deep Learning conquered more and more industries
Methods from the field of machine learning is now approaching a number of industries - from fashion to finance. For a long time were computer tasks that humans without major problems settled, have difficulties meeting - about recognizing different outspoken...
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