Robots, the Coolest and Creepiest Things on Earth

Robots, The Coolest Things on Planet Earth: How They Work, What They Can Do, and Why They Matter.

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Remotely manipulating objects with the use of their brains and hands 2.

Sensing vibrations, hearing sounds, and sensing touch 3.

Working out the difference between right and wrong in complex tasks like choosing which color of coffee to buy and whether to buy a new car.

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Turning the corner in a parking garage with no moving parts or cables.

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Standing in front of a mirror, peering into a glass of water, or reading a book.

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Watching a person walk past in the street and detecting their movements with a sensor on their chest.

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Recognizing faces, names, and personalities using machine learning.

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Driving cars with your voice and seeing if they are driving a car or a pedestrian.

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Understanding language and the differences between the way humans talk and speak.

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Using your voice to tell the difference of what type of music is playing in your living room from the way someone speaks to understand what you’re listening to. 11.

Making eye contact with people, and then making eye contact again with them when you want them to be silent.

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Making love to a partner using facial recognition technology.

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Being able to hear someone speaking from the comfort of your own home.

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Talking to a dog and knowing exactly how long they have been there before they can start moving away.

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Reading a person’s thoughts and then listening to their words before you can respond.

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Recognising faces and hearing voices that are different from you and you know them as you read the description of them.

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Making decisions using your mind and emotions, which will allow you to make better decisions in life.

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Creating the perfect music video using facial data.

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Using facial recognition to track down an intruder.

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Using a machine learning algorithm to determine whether you’re a good or bad parent.

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Reading the contents of your brain before you do anything with it. 22.

Making it easier to control a computer.

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Using computer vision to track the movement of a robot.

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Reading your brainwaves to determine your mood.

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Reading emotions to predict how you’ll react to a scenario.

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Using neural networks to identify the emotions in other people.

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Using an algorithm to identify whether or not someone is a good listener.

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Using brainwave recognition to identify your moods.

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Using algorithms to identify people and their emotions.

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Using machine learning to track your sleep patterns.

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Reading people’s minds in real time to see if you’re having a bad day.

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Understanding facial expressions and reading what other people are thinking.

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Understanding people’s emotions and reading their thoughts.

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Learning to use a microphone to communicate with other people using audio tags.

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Learning how to use robots to create an AI-generated video.

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Reading someone’s mind using facial analysis.

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Using the robot’s brainwaves and emotions to build an emotional map.

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Reading thoughts to learn about your emotions.

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Using artificial intelligence to predict which of your friends will be upset by your choice of a new phone.

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Creating a robot that can perform a certain task in your house.

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Reading and understanding a voice message.

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Creating an artificial intelligence that can speak directly to you in a foreign language.

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Using robots to build a robot garden.

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Reading, learning, and using speech recognition to make friends and predict what you will be doing next week.

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Creating virtual assistants that understand human emotions.

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Using AI to read your mind using a virtual assistant.

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Using virtual assistants to read and understand your thoughts and feelings.

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Using video-chat to communicate on Skype.

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Using voice recognition to recognize speech patterns.

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Reading aloud to yourself.

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Creating your own speech, by using artificial intelligence.

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Creating artificial intelligence speech recognition software.

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Using digital assistants to teach computers.

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Using self-driving cars.

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Using speech recognition algorithms to understand human language.

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Using data analytics to predict what people are saying.

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Using face recognition software to recognize faces.

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Using natural language processing to predict speech patterns in other languages.

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Using genetic algorithms to predict whether or the ability to talk is a trait of your genes.

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Using software to help people learn and understand new languages.

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Creating AI-created video games that are played by human players.

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Reading an AI’s brain and hearing its voice.

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Using audio tags to record conversations.

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Using robotic arms and hands to walk.

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Creating robotic pets.

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Using deep learning to identify animals.

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