Tag: Robots

A robot produced by the Toyota Motor Corporation called 'Harry Trumpet -Player Robot' Japan 2005 is on view at the ROBOT exhibition at the Science Museum in London on February 7, 2017

Robot DJ Puts the Tech into Techno for Czech Clubbers

PRAGUE (Reuters) – These days artificial intelligence is so advanced that robots trade shares, make restaurants suggestions and diagnose diseases. But can a robot get a dance floor jumping?

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2017 Data: Pew Research Shows People Fear Robots Taking Jobs

According to data gathered by the Pew Research Center, humanity has real concerns about the automated future of our economy. A national survey conducted by Pew suggests that as much as 65% of Americans are deeply concerned that robots will replace

The hand of humanoid robot AILA (artificial intelligence lightweight android) operates a switchboard during a demonstration by the German research centre for artificial intelligence at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover March, 5, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/Files

Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Wants You to Relax About the Robot Revolution

As his half-trillion dollar corporation prepares to dive headfirst into the age of artificial employees, Alibaba founder Jack Ma would appreciate it if the millions of potentially displaced workers around the world would set aside what he called “empty worries” about robots.

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Study: Public Fears Growing Dominance of Robots

More than 4,000 Americans were surveyed about the ever-increasing presence of robots in our daily lives, with over 70% expressing concern over robots replacing humans.

In this photo taken Feb. 12, 2015, sixth grade teacher Carrie Young guides her students through an exercise on their laptops as practice for the the Common Core State Standards Test in her classroom at Morgan Elementary School South in Stockport, Ohio. On Tuesday, Ohio becomes the first state to …

Report: Robots Will Replace Teachers Within 10 Years

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buckingham claims that intelligent machines will soon replace teachers in the classroom as part of an education revolution that will focus on individualized learning approaches.