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Published on 17 Apr 2024 / In Film & Animation

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DIO DOOM NUTZ_TALICHADJESUS33

Check YT CHANNEL WRANGLESTAR he made a good point no advanced robot pushed over can get out from 8ft climbing rope once the robot has been tangled and trapped inside by the climbing rope unless the robot has some 007 mini blade cutter inside it that comes out like robocop the Robot can forget it and it's done for aka scrap

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

They don't frighten me like a cage full of wild bears or something - despite all the safety interlocks and caged areas and all the safety stuff.... In the fictitious situaton, if your standing with your back to them, and it's in a kind of noisy workshop - like welding and griding and hammering etc.. And your standing there with your back to one of them, and there is a big of back ground noise etc., a BIG hydraulically driven welding can just start up swing around and put a hole right through you at jogging speed - partly the speed, partly the mass and mostly the intertia... "It's the coming to life" automatically bit that frightens me... ALL this AI controlled war technology just makes everything fucking worse.

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Councilof1
Councilof1 1 month ago

Between this and the AI insanity it's like the Terminator movies coming to reality. We better destroy them before they destroy us.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

It's hard to tell is this is CGI or real.... if it's real, I am cutious as to just how many turns of articulation there are, in all the different joints.... can they rotate 360* and either keep going, or they have a limit and have to spin back to their original position etc. And what are the "in system controllers" - in the what that the parts communicate, running power via non sparking slip rings and the cabling? What if the internal communications are like sort distance wireless / sort of bluetooth across the joints?

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clivemcd
clivemcd 1 month ago

@Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson: It's not CGI..

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@clivemcd: But it could be.

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Councilof1
Councilof1 22 days ago

@Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson: Just look how fast CPU progression has been. If not now very soon.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@Councilof1: There is plenty of video around that is CGI and almost indistinguishable from reality. I gather that with really intense processing, that the imagery and audio can be glassy smooth, crystal clear and even better than this....

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Councilof1
Councilof1 22 days ago

@Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson: It could be fake that's always possible. I'm just saying never underestimate technological progression. After all digital cameras were invented in the early 1970's.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

Kill it.

Absolutely kill it.

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Leader_Desslok
Leader_Desslok 1 month ago

kill it before they give it an AI and teach it how to use weapons . then they put it on the battlefield . just a question of time before it turns on us . TERMINATE IT !

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clivemcd
clivemcd 1 month ago

@Leader_Desslok: There are some dog like ones with guns on already. Current battery tech is the only reason why robot armies are not a reality yet but that will change eventually.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@clivemcd: With wareouses full of a million robot killer dogs, the fires should be great... : )

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