The Robots are coming (Page 8)

Sandra1957
Sandra1957: lol
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: here something to think about when your not worrying
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briansmythe
briansmythe: They also said there would be Flying Cars by 2020 , I cant see any cars flying , the only worry is people who think Its a good Idear to Marry robots ,
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: oh my God not you too
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briansmythe
briansmythe: Oh and people who think Atomic bombs are not real , There Just made Up by using Dynamite
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: you guys should fight each other over the same robot woman
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briansmythe
briansmythe: What theres No Disputing the Fact , that technolagy thats supposed to help man kind , Always ends up getting used against man kind , just the way it is
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: well if you enjoy going out to dinner with a robot, romantically talking over
dinner with robot legs playing with yours under the table in heels go for it
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: but ask for a booth in the dark please
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briansmythe
briansmythe: What the Hell are you Babbeling about , Your the one Here arguing that Robots are the be end and end all Not me
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: oh bull shit
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: ghost and chron are fighting over the same robowoman
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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: Things have moved on a bit since 1957:

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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: Now we have:

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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: But there's been no upgrade to the dingbats. Still the same wearying nonsense to wade through.
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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: On a stage in San Francisco, IBM’s Project Debater spoke, listened and rebutted a human’s arguments in what was described as a groundbreaking display of artificial intelligence.

The machine drew from a library of “hundreds of millions” of documents - mostly newspaper articles and academic journals - to form its responses to a topic it was not prepared for beforehand.

Its performance was not without slip-ups, but those in attendance made clear their thoughts when voting on who did best.

While the humans had better delivery, the group agreed, the machine offered greater substance in its arguments.

[ https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-44531132 ]
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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: Each participant had four minutes to make an opening statement, then a four-minute rebuttal, and then a two minute-conclusion.

When Ms Ovadia argued money should be spent on more pressing needs than space travel, the machine offered this reply: “It is very easy to say that there are more important things to spend money on, and I do not dispute this. No one is claiming that this is the only item on our expense list. But that is beside the point.

“As subsidising space exploration would clearly benefit society, I maintain that this is something the government should pursue.”

[ https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-44531132 ]
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: you should talk to someone that works at IBM, maybe give Ginni Rometty a phone
call, her office is in New York City. Shes the CEO of IBM
(Edited by Sandra1957)
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ghostgeek
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: so you cant find a human wife, is this my fault no
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ghostgeek
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: oh stop flirting with me with your robots, I am married
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: robot for you
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kittybobo34
kittybobo34: what about drone robots though, where a human is operating the drone from a distance. Scary thought huh.
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Sandra1957
Sandra1957: well I think I would bore the robot to death actually
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