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The comments are hillarious . . .
At the international Center during the demo, I had a heart attack, and they have to ambulance me to the hospital.
YouTube Video of the WeekFembot fataleLe Trung has been building robots as a "hobby" since he was 4. But it's doubtful that anything he's created to date is as creepy as his android, or "fembot," Aiko.The video features Trung introducing the fembot he had built in his basement at the Ontario Science Center on Nov. 10.In the video, Trung interacts with his self-created she-servant, which looks professional, but also deeply disturbing. He grabs and twists her forearm, proving Aiko's ability to feel pain. He then proceeds to touch her in inappropriate places and receives a literal slap to the face from his fake woman.Not only does Aiko have sensory skills but apparently she was programmed with an attitude as well.Although the video is a testament to developing technology, viewers can't help feeling uneasy when Aiko says "I don't want to do this anymore."Trung says in the video that he had to prove to companies that Aiko was real by presenting her in person, but something tells us that after they see the fembot, people might not want her to be a reality.
lol they make a child version to catch pedifiles ~smash
HiSorry, I have been busy lately.I finally finish the objective recognition the way I want it.The 3-d math algorithm is still a bit slow, or I need a faster processor.Aiko can now recognize Medicines, including sharp object such as toy figures.So it doesn't matter if you put upside down, any directional, Aiko still know that itis the same objects.Hopefully, this weekend I will output Aiko internal software on a 43" TV so that peoplecan see how the BRAINS software works.
ah finally an update! I've been wondering what happened to you. nice work
I am what you called a mad scientist.I don:t believe any documentation, No blue print, No paperwork, No Cad.I have build 12+ large robots (main robots) none of which has any documentation or blue print...Even the software has NO documentation.The software is about 3Gig and I think I have about 15 lines of comments.The typical variable name I used are....X, X1,X2, A1,A2,AA1,AA2,AAA1,AAA2 etc...
I am uncomfortable showing too much of my project on the network. I will talk to my niece about it and see if she thinks it is a good idea to share. I have an older project that almost worked. I have asked jules to show me how to put photographs in hypertext. I will share a photograph of the retired project when she teaches me.