Can we have another robot technology thread? Post vidoes, articles, just cool shit in general. We had a great thread a few days ago
hoho, about time someone had interest in this
I'm particularly interested in exoskeletons, for a while now actually, it has appeared in the call of duty series and I hope it has inspired some people to make a one
robots that would improve our lifes are cool, could you post some of what you saw in the other tread OP?
This kind of thing is already in deep development.
Personal gundam when?
I would trade off for tank treads. running at 35mph seems uncomfortable
or you can buy several lower end supercars
>ftw "smileshot" should be standard on all giant robos OSes
I saved a bunch of these from the last thread
I like you
Ill dump a few, im trying to bumb /wdg/, its always dead when i get to it
The engineering. the coding would just reflect movement unless your talking about AI
also for you (please read file manual)
The coding oh god the coding
The robot creation is super amounts of fun and creativity speculation while wasting our budget to no limit but when it comes to coding holy shit someone blow my fucking BRAINS OUT
I kinda like the small roomba like robots that have one job and do it well. I would love to have one of these cook for me so i can spend more time away and just programmer in meals for a week and not have to think about it.
Id rather deal with the robotic maintenance
Why marry a woman when you can build one?
only until they are not.
robots just break down, and dont take half your stuff when they do
>Just realized there will be thousands of Hatsune Miku sex robits.
>Hundreds of thousands
>Become sex workers for money
>Market flooded with waifu sex robits.
the future cannot come soon enough.
I hope they come with replaceable onaholes
you cant really wash out...what ever it is.
>but anon, you already did, heh
looking at the break lines on these drawings it would be really odd to work on one.
>grab by the foot and twist
>you will hear a loud pop as the threads give way
>your robowaifu may scream during disassembly, this is normal.
I find the lack of Deus Ex in this thread disturbing.
this derailed the last thread
not this time troll!
>it's like you don't want a hud informing you
I would like to see in a hud a dot where my gun would hit when I shoot it whenever I don't aim down the sights
or directions where to go when you pinpoint a location on the map
what about subtitles when you don't speak that language
but i'm pretty hyped about both yeah, not so much for waifu's but for an assistant, and simulation or games
your own personal universe.
VR would also make a great suicide machine. you would get to heaven long before you die, what a great way to go.
everyone will always ask "can you fuck it?" with everything, even if its not anatomically correct. even at our most pragmatic we can not disconnect our animal self
And just to think, one that will shut her mouth and do what she's told.
domestic brobots to chill with and do all the heavy lifting
But will domestic robots accelerate the AI revolution or slow it down? More $$ spent on physical manipulation and price control means potentially less time spent on fore brain activity, causing another braindrain like the financial sector on all our 300k starting math bros
AFAIK at first the AI will become good enough until the robots can do all of the daily things you might need it for, then the focus will switch to hardware for the better part of ~40 years(until a near-human bot can be constructed), then the AI will most likely get a huge boost.
One hope is that sentient AI, like humans, won't be a synchronized collective and can have differences of opinion and fight their own wars over the importance of human life.
Perhaps they will have conversations similar in nature to "religious vs. atheist" about the importance or worthlessness of human life.
I saw this on reddit, it's the cutest thing I've seen in a while.
>reading youtube comments
What do we need for a good humanoid robot:
Some kind of artificial muscle.
Servos and hydraulics/pneumatics all make noise or pose major reliability concerns. No one would want a robot to get a leaky seal and spray fluid all over, or lose control of a limb mid stride.
Tons of sensors for face and object detection, proximity, range, just general spatial awareness.
Can't have a robot walk through an environment without knowing what things are, or who people are. Similarly it can't successfully navigate if it happens across a staircase with stairs that are of a dimension its not programmed to walk up and down. It'll have to be able to gather that data and adjust its steps accordingly. Things like that are crucial.
An immense level of compute power.
All of that data has to be taken in, processed, and sense has to be made out of it. It needs to handle natural language processes, and be able to understand context in language from the spoken word like IBM's Watson system.
Sentience isn't required for a believable humanoid robot, it just has to behave like its sentient. If you can interact with it in a way no different from how you'd interact with a living person then its good enough.
Almost most important of all is aesthetics.
The machine needs to look convincingly human, no uncanny valley, or it needs to look like something else. No one wants a semi human blank expression staring at them from the corner. If it had a distinctly robotic face it would be more friendly and tolerable in appearance than something which was a poor reproduction of a human face.
Did nobody mention Nao and Asimo? They both look great:
This video is from last year and it was already outdated at the time, I expect to see a lot of improvement in the next reviews, the movement mechanics are really detailed compared to 4-5 years ago.
Look at the difference between rich first world nations and poor as fuck third world nations. That's going to be the difference between 1% and 99% in the coming years when human labor is cut out of most chains of production.
Our only hope is to put in place a universal wage and enforce it.
Can someone link the video of the marketing guy that says that there is a strong demand for sex robots in Japan? I know that I've seen it before, he says something along the lines of "it will happen, there is a very strong demand for this in places like Japan, it is just a matter of time".
Sex robots, Geisha robots, robot Brothels if you're too poor to afford one, Motoko Kusanagi, my Waifu.
Programming the robot. We have the hardware right now, but do not know how to make it walk faster than a snail's pace. We also are unable to make a generalized robot, all machines we can make are designed to do one task very well but are unable to generalize to do anything else without us explicitly telling it how to do so.
why do people keep saying this?
Is there any good literature on the theoretical development of self-teaching AI?
Why is Lisp considered the go-to language for AI development?
cool story coming up
I had been looking for that board for quite a few months now but I could never find it because I confused it with >>>/wg/
Thank you, anon, for your unintended help.