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Artificial Intelligence to steam ahead in the UK What is the future of AI?
this may be science fiction today but AI could be real sooner than you think.
Whilst basking in the pleasures of the Eternal Gardens, where geisha-like girls attend to his every whim, he sees a young girl enter, followed by many ghostlike children.
Struck with instant love for her, Freder goes on a mission of not only finding the girl, Maria, but also discovering the underground world that drones on and on, without sleep or remission.
, management professor Ian Yeoman and sexologist Michelle Mars imagined a sex club in Amsterdam populated by the sex robots, where punters could be serviced by virtual creatures they describe as “sexual gods and goddesses of different ethnicities, body shapes, ages, languages and sexual features.” Predicting future issues with increased rates of sexually transmitted infection and human sex trafficking in the 2040s (a depressing thought considering that those who will be affected ), Yeoman and Mars describe their vision of a sex robot nightclub venue.
Nevertheless the below footage is estonishing and gives an insight in the progress in human robotics and how realistic the result can be.That is, all except for the face, for this intelligent , which can read minds and can destroy men, remains faceless for a significant part of the story.The real problems start when Freder, the son of the master of Metropolis, finds out about this underground life of Hell and sets off on a course to right the wrongs of his father.Full article about Taxing Robots “Bill Gates has called for a tax on robots to make up for lost taxes from workers whose jobs are destroyed by automation…” “millions of jobs will be lost to automation over the next two decades.
Researchers predicted that two million jobs retail jobs will disappear by 2030 and 600,000 will go in manufacturing.Bill Gate says robots who take people’s jobs should be taxed, it seems that this idea has not fallen on deaf ears, within days the UK Government is to lead the way in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence with a pledge to invest 17.3 millions in Robotics and AI, hmmmm could this be a way to get more taxes in the future?