Now this is ridiculous. I feel sorry for those women who starve themselves to death and eat less than 1000 calories a day in order to stay thin and compete in modeling and now they have to compete with these "Perfect" robots.
The designers of robots and cybernetic systems (cyborgs) will naturally enable the systems to record events. In computing systems like cyborgs, the logging of activity or perception is easy to do and can yield value. But the recordings will raise legal issues. Generally speaking in the US, the recording of conversations is more legally risky than the recording of public images. When automated systems like cyborgs approach "people" on the street, legal issues will arise as to whether they can record conversations they overhear. The natural implication is that cyborgs and robot owners will seek to get consent to audio recording of nearby people. --Ben
I bet it still moves like a jerky mechanical monster. 42 motion motors? That might be enough to wave 1 arm in a convincing human manner. Its a neat idea...but just so impractical, they might as well have just given me the 3 Million and called it a day
[citation][nom]MrBradley[/nom]Now this is ridiculous. I feel sorry for those women who starve themselves to death and eat less than 1000 calories a day in order to stay thin and compete in modeling and now they have to compete with these "Perfect" robots.[/citation]
Oh come on! You feel sorry for them? Well maybe if the robots eliminate the 'competition' they will actually do something useful of their lives.
Is she on Linux? I wouldn't risk having something precious bitten off just because she were on Windows and had a bluescreen!
This is a great partner for all of us Computer geeks! It could also be the solution to the overpopulation problem on earth. GF-bots!