The Future Of Robots

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The Future Of Robots

Postby nancystewarts » Wed Jul 28, 2010 4:54 pm

ScienceDaily (July 28, 2010) — Researchers at Bristol Robotics Lab (BRL), a collaborative UWE/University of Bristol research facility, are looking into the use of urine as the 'fuel' for Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs), which use bacterial cultures to break down 'food' to create power. MFCs are a developing technology used to power autonomous robots. Cheap Car Search

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Re: The Future Of Robots

Postby Rotwang » Tue Oct 26, 2010 1:47 am

A Pee-Bot! :roll:

Um, not sure if I'm up for this one, I'll stick with batteries, thank you!

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Re: The Future Of Robots

Postby trice001 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:06 am

The level headed discussion over "if robots would overwhelm people" has as of late been warmed up by notices against the potential risk of unregulated improvement of robots from some scholastic or modern hotshots. Be that as it may, what is clearly absent in those notices is a reasonable portrayal of any practical situation by which robots could definitely challenge people in general, not as manikins customized and controlled by people, but rather as self-governing forces following up on their own "will". On the off chance that this kind of situations could never be practical at that point despite the fact that we may conceivably observe robots be utilized as heartless slaughtering machines in not so distant future by fear based oppressors, despots and warlords as cautioned by the first class researchers and specialists [1], we may even now not stress excessively over the purported devilish risk of robots as cautioned by some world class specialists since it is simply one more type of human danger at last. Be that as it may, if the sort of situations said above could predictably be acknowledged in this present reality, at that point people do need to begin agonizing over how to keep the hazard from occurring rather than how to prevail upon faces off regarding nonexistent threats.
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Re: The Future Of Robots

Postby maodzedun » Sat Sep 16, 2017 12:21 pm

This topic can be discussed for a long time, but robotics will only develop
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