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In a true world Asimov’s Laws of Robotics fail

Rob Miles, from the University of Nottingham, AI researcher, explains why Asimov’s Law of Robotics are nothing else than good writing material. When it comes to the true nature of computers and robots Rob Miles tells us that AI doesn’t work like that and the hardest part is to teach machines what a “person” is. […]

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Real life Holodeck using Oculus Rift – Computerphile

The guys at Computerphile showcased a real life Holodeck using an Oculus Rift. Joe from Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik explains how this holodeck works and what tricks to they use to make people feel that they are in a bigger environment than that actual room. They use 16 cameras to track the head position and […]

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