Sci-Tech Information: NASA’S New In Sight Lander Will Plumb the Depths of Mars in 2016

Sci-tech information: NASA’s new InSight lander will plumb the depths of Mars in 2016

We’ve been staring at the ruddy surface of Mars through telescopes for many years, and only recently have we been able to begin truly exploring the red planet with our robotic minions. NASA’s next step is to go deeper €” literally. The space agency has gotten official approval to begin construction of the InSight lander, which will be launched in the direction of Mars in spring 2016. While there, it’s going to peer beneath the surface of the planet and see what, if anything, is going on down there.

NASA had to go through some astounding linguistic contortions to get a workable acronym out of this missions. The official name is Interior Exploration Using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport, or InSight (okay, sure). NASA passed the crucial mission final design review last week, so now it’s on to lining up manufacturing and equipment partners to build the probe and get it to Mars on time (Lockheed Martin is building the majority of the lander). As with many deep space launches, the timing is incredibly important €” if not launched at the right point in Earth’s orbit, the trip to Mars would be far too long.

Unlike the Curiosity rover, which won our hearts with its fascinating rocket-powered sky crane landing, InSight will be a stationary probe more akin to the Phoenix lander. That probe was deployed to search the surface for signs of microbial life on Mars by collecting and analyzing soil samples. InSight, however, will not rely on a tiny shovel like Phoenix €” it will have a fully articulating robotic arm equipped with burrowing instruments.

Once InSight sets down on its three landing struts near the Martian equator, that’s where it will stay for its entire two year mission, and possibly longer if it can hack it. That’s a much longer official mission duration than the Phoenix lander was designed for, meaning it’s going to need to endure some harsh conditions. This, in conjunction with InSight’s solar power system, made the equatorial region a preferable landing zone.

InSight will use a sensitive subsurface instrument called the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure (SEIS) to track ground motion transmitted through the interior of the planet caused by so-called €marsquakes€ and distant meteor impacts. A separate heat flow analysis package will measure the heat radiating from the planet’s interior.

Earth’s larger size has kept its core hot and spinning for billions of years, which provides us with a protective magnetic field. Mars cooled very quickly, so NASA scientists believe more data on the formation and early life of rocky planets will be preserved. The lander will also connect to NASA’s Deep Space Network antennas on Earth to precisely track the position of Mars over time. A slight wobbling could indicate the red planet still has a small molten core.

If all goes to plan, InSight should arrive on Mars just six months after its launch in Spring 2016. Hopefully it teaches us not only about Mars’ past, but our own as well.

Sci-Tech Information: Demo of Mind-Controlled Exoskeleton Planned for World Cup

Sci-tech information: Demo of mind-controlled exoskeleton planned for World Cup

The World Cup opening ceremony next month in Brazil in and of itself will be enough to make June 12 a standout for athletes and their fans but yet another eye-opener may make the Sao Paulo stadium opener long remembered globally. This is when a mind-controlled exoskeleton designed to enable a paralyzed person to walk is to make its debut. Wednesday’s BBC report provided the latest developments in the robotic suit. “If all goes as planned,” wrote Alejandra Martins, “the robotic suit will spring to life in front of almost 70,000 spectators and a global audience of billions of people.”

The exoskeleton was developed by an international team of scientists, part of the Walk Again Project, and described by the BBC report as a “culmination” of over 10 years of work by Dr Miguel Nicolelis, a Brazilian neuroscientist at Duke University in North Carolina. The effort comes from an international collaboration, including the Duke University Center for Neuroengineering. The goal is to show the brain-controlled exoskeleton during the opening ceremony of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Joining the Duke University Center for Neuroengineering are the Technical University of Munich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Edmond and Lily Safra International Institute of Neuroscience of Natal in Brazil, University of California, Davis, University of Kentucky, and The Duke immersive Virtual Environment (DiVE).

The (DiVE) website talks about the day when “the first ceremonial kick in the World Cup game may be made “by a paralyzed teenager, who, flanked by the two contending soccer teams, will saunter onto the pitch clad in a robotic body suit.” (According to the BBC, since November, Nicolelis has been training eight patients at a lab in Sao Paulo, amidst “media speculation that one of them will stand up from his or her wheelchair and deliver the first kick of this year’s World Cup.”)

That was the original plan, said Nicolelis, telling the BBC, “But not even I could tell you the specifics of how the demonstration will take place. This is being discussed at the moment.”

Speaking to the BBC, Nicolelis said the exoskeleton is being controlled by brain activity and it is relaying feedback signals to the patient. The patient wears a cap which picks up brain signals and relays them to a computer in the backpack, decoding the signals and sending them to the legs. A battery in the backpack allows for around two hours’ use. The robotic suit is powered by hydraulics.

Writing in Scientific American in 2012, Nicolelis authored the article “Mind in Motion,” referring to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and their hopes to mark a milestone there. “This scientific demonstration of a radically new technology, undertaken with collaborators in Europe and Brazil, will convey to a global audience of billions that brain control of machines has moved from lab demos and futuristic speculation to a new era in which tools capable of bringing mobility to patients incapacitated by injury or disease may become a reality. We are on our way, perhaps by the next decade, to technology that links the brain with mechanical, electronic or virtual machines.”

Many different companies helped to build the skeleton’s components. Dr Gordon Cheng, at the Technical University of Munich, told the BBC they used a lot of 3-D printing technology for purposes of both speed and achieving strong but light materials, along with using standard aluminum parts. As for Cheng’s contribution, he said his side of the collaboration was contributing a state of the art sensor for artificial skin sensing.

“When the foot of the exoskeleton touches the ground there is pressure, so the sensor senses the pressure and before the foot touches the ground we are also doing pre-contact sensing. It’s a new way of doing skin sensing for robots,” Cheng said.

Duke University in November announced that in a study led by Duke researchers, monkeys learned to control the movement of both arms on an avatar using just their brain activity. The findings, published in Science Translational Medicine, “advance efforts to develop bilateral movement in brain-controlled prosthetic devices for severely paralyzed patients.” According to the release, senior author Nicolelis said future brain-machine interfaces aimed at restoring mobility in humans will have to incorporate multiple limbs to greatly benefit severely paralyzed patients.

Sci-Tech Information: WeChat “Kills” Chat Bot “Xiaobing” Created by Microsoft

Sci-tech information: WeChat “kills” chat bot “Xiaobing” created by Microsoft

Microsoft Corp’s 6-day-old artificial intelligence chatting robot was blocked on popular instant messaging platform WeChat for a second consecutive day on Monday amid a battle over data security concerns.

The suspension of the Siri-like service, named Xiaobing, was another hurdle in the United States-based company’s attempt to popularize its Web search engine among more than 500 million Chinese mobile Internet users.

“While we were in talks with WeChat, all the Xiaobing accounts were shut down without prior notice,” said an e-mailed statement to China Daily from Microsoft’s Asia-Pacific Research and Development Group, which developed Xiaobing.

Microsoft engaged in a bit of hyperbole, calling Xiaobing an “innocent girl” and terming WeChat’s move a “brutal murder”.

Microsoft is reaching out to other social networking platforms to get Xiaobing “back to life” soon, the company said.

Tencent Holdings Ltd, owner of WeChat, fired back. It accused Xiaobing of violating a number of user policies such as prompting users to include Xiaobing in group chats and creating a large number of spam accounts.

Microsoft denied the allegations, saying Xiaobing is just an entertainment tool and that customer information temporarily stored on company servers is safe. Xiaobing’s beta version was already being used by €millions€ of users when Tencent blocked the account yesterday. According to the article, a large number of users complained, fearing the app would steal the content of their chats. Tencent stated it lured users into registering for spam accounts and found other irregular behavior that violated people’s privacy.

Xiaobing’s beta version was already being used by €millions€ of users when Tencent blocked the account yesterday. According to the article, a large number of users complained, fearing the app would steal the content of their chats. Tencent stated it lured users into registering for spam accounts and found other irregular behavior that violated people’s privacy.
During the launch of Xiaobing on May 29, Microsoft said it had reached an exclusive partnership with WeChat promoting the AI service. No further information about the agreement was disclosed.

Tencent clearly does not agree there’s any deal.

“Xiaobing was solely developed by Microsoft, and Tencent has nothing to do with it,” the Shenzhen-based company said.

The short-lived Xiaobing was dubbed as the “strongest social assistant in history” by Microsoft.

The service has collected roughly 15 million snippets of real-life online dialogue in Chinese from blogs and forums in order to understand context and semantics.

The developers admitted Xiaobing can sometimes be too loquacious and cynical because all “her” language skills were acquired online where informal use of words and explicit expressions about sex are common.

According to Eric Jing, head developer of the Xiaobing project, Microsoft wanted to use the WeChat-based chatting tool to tap into the mobile searching market.

“We will be able to provide search results via WeChat to smartphones that do not have Bing installed once our search functions are fully available on Xiaobing,” Jing told China Daily earlier. He said it is also possible to add more language skills to Xiaobing’s “resume” in the future.

Microsoft may find it isn’t wise to challenge Tencent on its own turf, because WeChat is the only sizable social-based instant messaging platform in the country.

WeChat’s user numbers had soared above 600 million as of last year.

By contrast, Bing has been a bit player among search engines in China since its official launch in 2009. Its April market share was a scant 0.9 percent. Even Google Inc, which has no official search service on the Chinese mainland, has a larger market share, according to Internet data keeper cnzz.com.

Local search providers, including Baidu Inc, so.com and sogou.com, controlled nearly 98 percent of market share as of April, said cnzz.com.

Analysts said Bing must vigorously expand in the mobile market, which they said wasthe last slim chance for Bing and other small search providers to survive.

“New entrants will find it extremely difficult to shake the top four providers in the market, especially when every player knows mobile Internet is the future,” said Zhang Xi, an analyst at Beijing-based iResearch Consulting Group.

Online search providers reaped more than 11.6 billion yuan ($1.9 billion) in revenue during the first quarter of this year, an increase of 56.6 percent year-on-year, according to iResearch. Baidu took more than 80 percent of the industry revenue, while Bing’s earnings were next to nothing, data showed.

Sci-Tech Information: Robots That Sweat, Breathe, and Get Goosebumps to Manipulate Your Emotions

Sci-tech information: Robots that sweat, breathe, and get goosebumps to manipulate your emotions

Robotics is predicted to explode in coming years, and much of that growth will come from civilian buyers or for civilian applications. These are people who are much more fickle and demanding than your average assembly line designer or Amazon warehouse manager, and even they often don’t know what their central objections really are. If we want robots to invade the home in a form more powerful than the Roomba, we’ll need to figure out what ineffable human qualities robots lack €” and add them. A team from Japan’s Kansai University has started showing just a selection of their work on this topic; whether it’s filling the role of an elder-care helper or a prostitute, this team knows that if robots don’t feelhuman, humans will never start feeling robots.

The sex-bot industry has really been at the forefront of the push to make robots feel human; though they’ll always be somewhat creepy, there’s something almost touching about the seeming need to invest a masturbatory device with humanity and even emotion. Still, by their nature sex-bots will try to mimic realistic human attributes, from blinking to breathing to movement. Most robots, though, don’t interact with humans so intimately, and as such will benefit from more abstract nods to humanity; like GERTY from the movie Moon, even a simple smiley-face can add enormously to the feeling of interacting with a real intelligence.

But we can go further. What if a robot shivered and even got goosebumps in response to a cold breeze or a scary anecdote? What if you could feel its breath when it spoke, and more violently as the volume increases? What if it would bead with sweat due to heat, or even (fake) emotional stress?

The idea behind these inventions is that we humans are more inclined to trust signals that are communicated involuntarily. So if a robot was to enter your bedroom in the middle of the night and say, €Unknown human detected on the lower floor,€ you’d be much more likely to take it seriously if that statement came accompanied by a worried face, heightened breath, and a trembling hand. The emotional timbre of the voice will also be incredibly important; somewhere, someone is writing an algorithm to auto-tune any statement from casual to urgent.

Of course, this does seem a bit like putting the cart before the robotic horse; there hasn’t even been a telepresence robot yet adopted on a large scale, and that has the benefit of having a real human for a face. If our home robots sweat, will they refill their own sweat reservoirs, or will we be running plumbing to our robot charging stations? Will we be able to switch their emotional features off in return for increased battery life? Will robots be equally human to all comers, or present strangers with a colder shoulder than to their owners?

I have to wonder whether these sorts of efforts, which will never truly replace a real human emotional trait, might be better suited to roles where human interaction is already pretty superficial. A robotic Walmart greeter might manage the same level of humanity as a real one, and even in taking your order a robot waiter could do some minor human-style interacting. Think about how mechanistic most of your interactions with service people already are, anyway; think a robot couldn’t be programmed to ask about your day? It could probably even be better at pretending to care. And in the context of telepresence robots, we can imagine a bunch of executives stepping into biomonitoring rigs so their full boardroom presence can be simulated as accurately as possible.

Still, a real feeling of humanity in a robot is probably going to have more to do with the robots handling of input than on its output. Robots need to be able to correctly pick up on our subtle emotional cues. If one can notice that I’m tired and grumpy when I get home from work (maybe probing my body language, heart rate, and core temperature with various cameras) I ultimately don’t care how realistic it seems when it brings me a beer and a foot-pillow. It’s the bringing or not-bringing that matters the most. A dog doesn’t emote in a particularly human way, but we can grow to understand and appreciate the meaning behind its alien emotes. We could just as easily grow accustomed to a new sort of robot body language too, given how superficial our relationships with those robots will be €” at least at first.

Sci-Tech Information: Google’S Chance to Dominate the Robot Car Market Is Quickly Slipping Away

Sci-tech information: Google’s chance to dominate the robot car market is quickly slipping away

Self driving car software has made a lot of progress in the last year, none more so than Google’s own offering. The Google car has learned about railroad crossings and cyclist hand signals, highway shoulder etiquette and the government hell-mazes we call construction zones. Though some companies have been working on self-driving technology for longer than Google, feature announcements from rivals like Audi, Tesla, and Volvo imply that their software still lags in that kind of detailed, everyday versatility. Perhaps more importantly, Google has cemented a nigh-Kleenex level of brand association with the concept of the self-driving car. You’d think that Google, a company built on convincing third parties to use its software solutions, would have no trouble parlaying such a powerful lead into a market stranglehold to make Android look like Google+. Yet, the more progress it makes, the more anxious the search giant seems to become.

The reason is simple: government regulation could scuttle the business strategy that has worked so well for Google in the past. Google has a long and storied history of aggressive expansion, but always in areas where their biggest limitations are their own resources and the complacency of their competitors €” both of which are functionally infinite. In the case of Android, Google developed a non-Apple mobile OS that was advanced enough to attract a few major partners. This forced most other manufacturers to either adopt it as well or endure years of inferiority as their proprietary options rushed to catch up. Some smartphone manufacturers (rhymes with €Hamsung€) likely entered the Android relationship with the explicit intent to someday switching to an in-house alternative; unsurprisingly, few companies have gone on to actually spend the millions it would take to reinvent the wheel in this way.

Still, few if any of us would be using Android today, had the mobile OS launched next to similarly full-featured offerings from Samsung, LG, and HTC; it was the search giant’s ability to quick-march its coders to the center of an empty mobile space that gave Google the all-important advantage, and it has yet to cede that high ground. In the case of self-driving cars, though, government inspection and public reticence threaten to stall a consumer roll-out long enough to allow competitors to catch up. With Audi touting rally-speed driving up dirt roads, and Volvo thinking of self-driving software as a natural fit for its safety-based brand, Google’s heels are being nipped from just about every direction. Even the military likely has a version in the works €” and while it could conceivably trounce Google’s performance, we of course have no way of knowing for sure.

That means Google will have a much harder time convincing partners to come on board, its implicit threat of obsolescence being so much less powerful this go-round. The search giant seems to understand its dilemma, recently cementing a number of partnerships with parts manufacturers like Continental AG. This suggests that it could be at least considering building its own in-house vehicles, which implies the Google car might be headed for something more like the Chromebook model €” a very good idea, but perhaps still not enough.

Chromebooks are a particularly stark example of Google’s approach to markets: first dream up the customers you want to serve, then create those customers and convince them they need service. Faced with widespread skepticism about the online-only laptops, Google began its push by producing Chromebooks itself. The hope was to stimulate the market and incentivize competition from companies like Asus, Lenovo, and HP, and it worked beautifully. Today, Google has gladly backed off the hardware business almost entirely; the only Google-made Chromebooks left are super-high-end models the likes of which other manufacturers still mostly ignore.

Fiber seems destined for the same fate; if the optical broadband offering can successfully shock the cable companies into competing, Google may begin selling its networks of optical cable to someone with the slightest interest in actually maintaining them.

Google will need manufacturing partners if it wants to get through the automotive approval process quickly and effectively, but the most lucrative of those manufacturers also have the strongest incentive to stall its efforts. Left to work on their own solutions, traditional auto companies have a decent chance of reaching feature parity with the Google car within only a few years, and at that point they will have no incentive to adopt a Google platform. Even if it can snag the Kias of the world, Google will never be able to attain the level of market domination that has been its corporate raison d’tre for so long now.
Worse, any progress Google makes with government or the public will necessarily help its competitors as well. The long and no-doubt torturous journey to consumer sales will beat a path that anyone can follow; while Google must spend its time developing standards with the government and the public, its competitors can focus purely on meetingthose standards, grateful for every second of inefficiency and delay. It is for this reason that Google must prioritize speed at every level of the development process. It doesn’t just have to be first past the post, it has to be first by far.

This could also have the effect of lowering the overall quality of self-driving software; Google’s robo-cars have driven more than 700,000 accident-free kilometers on real city streets, making theirs by far the world’s most extensively tested driving software. The company has begun pouring resources into everything from lobbyist flash-mobs to autonomous test-drives for legislators, pushing to get its solution deeper into the system €” and if it’s smart, to throw down delays for any who might come after. Google’s skills in iterative software development have served it well so far, but are becoming less essential to their success than newer skill sets in public relations and political lobbying.

Google needs to run with its Chromebook strategy, even if that means producing the first Google cars on its own. Honestly, consumers should probably hope for the distributed outcome €” not to sound like a tin foil hatter, but Google has enough of my information already, and regulatory bodies should be able to stop any sub-par software from hitting the streets. Google gets most of the credit for self-driving cars in general, but that by no means guarantees it will profit from them. Right now, Google still enjoys a healthy lead in tech €” but that lead is narrowing with every second that voters and politicians spend slowly adjusting to taking their hands off the wheel.

Advantages of Robotics

The world of robotics does not need any introduction in today’s scenario. But indeed there was a time when robots were associated with many myths and misconceptions. Earlier it was being thought that the robots are present only in the human shaped structure and they are dangerous. Slowly and steadily the things got clarified regarding their shapes and uses. Robots do have different shapes and structure and it is solely dependent upon the specified work it is designed to do. Moreover movies based on the science fictions like Real Steel, Transformers, etc. had very well projected the view of the future of advanced robots and their operational fields.

Robots have marked their importance and presence in the human life very well and that too with a solid stand. In every other field you can find its applications. They find its uses in different fields like in industries, medical field, defense sectors, household applications, educational field etc. The robots are used for performing the tasks basically which are dangerous, tedious and boring for the human beings. Humans had firstly developed different types of machines in order to reduce their efforts in doing the jobs.

With the advancement and further development in the technology the already developed machines got automated, which required less human intervention. Along with basic automation a need also was there those automated machines and structures should adjust their workings according to the changing parameters of the external environment. And right from that spot emergence of the robots started to appear

Robots can simple be defined as any machine which can detect the parameters of the external environment and work accordingly to those parameters. Technically robots are the electro-mechanical machines which can be controlled by computer guided systems and electronic circuitry and can work autonomously. Robotics is a branch of technology which deals with the designing, building and operation of robots.

The very first robot which was designed and built for the industrial purpose was in the year 1960 by U.S. With the immense development and improvement in the technology many advanced robots were created from then. These advancements only had led the robots to grow, mark and expand their legs into different industries segments ranging from manufacturing to healthcare and in educational field also.

In reference to the academics only bookish knowledge is not well enough to provide the knowledge. But if it is accompanied by the practical demonstrations of the working mechanisms involving different concepts of science and math, definitely it will lead to a new height of learning along with fun. That is why robotics also plays a very vital and appreciated role in the educational field also.

Robots can perform the specified task with more accuracy and precision. They can perform the task with no flaws and that too in less time. With the increased productivity and safety here are the few facts which lead to know you the advantages of the robots.

PRODUCTIVITY: The tasks done by the robots are of high quality due to its accuracy and precision. As they are more precised hence they do mistakes which are very rare in nature. The amount of productivity is immensely increased with the use of robots. Another advantage lies in robots as they can perform the tasks and other applications in it repeatedly with no break and high speed.

SAFETY: Robots have replaced the humans in doing the tasks which are more dangerous and hazardous for the humans. Not only this they are very enough in lifting the heavy loads without intimating the injuries to the humans.

SAVINGS: They have enabled us to save time in producing any stuff in greater quantity. Due to their accuracy and precision they also help in reducing the wastage of materials.

Robots Robotics and Advancement in Its Research Works

In this technological era, human being done lots of technological inventions, many of those are for the good purposes and some for the bad reasons. But all include nothing else rather knowledge and its application. Currently, all over the world research on Robots and robotics are continuously going on.

Robots, its technology and use

A robot is an electro-mechanical machine act as an artificial agent to perform some job. It is generally directed by computer system and program or electronic circuitry. It can be controlled autonomously by computer programmed chip, semi autonomously or remotely by some human help. It varies a lot from Nano-robots, robo swarm, and various industrial robots. The technological division that carries on the task and research on or with robots is known as robotics. The research of robots and robotic is a huge part of technology that mainly deals with robot design, its construction, its performing actions and its application. Associated with the designing of the robots, the research works deals with computer systems and their controlling, sensory feedback of the machinery, and information processing systems. Robotic technologies deal with automated electro-mechanical machines that have the ability to take the position of humans, in many hazardous job or many dangerous industrialized processes. Sometimes it may simply resemble humans in many household task performing.

Advancement in the research of robotics

These robots, by mimicking or having a human like appearance and automating movements may look like actual humans that require much more advanced outlook finishing tactics and technologies. In the current time, scientists are wanted to implement AI i.e. Artificial Intelligence inside the robots. The AI or sense of intelligence or thinking power of the robots may cause harm or may not, that is not know till the current time, but it theoretically it may be useful for the humans to do many hard job to be done. In this regards, many of the modern age robots are motivated by the nature contributing to the area of robotics field that is bio-inspired. Swarm robotics is a new advancement in this art and science. With the coordination of multirobot systems, this part of robotics consists of large numbers of, specially, simple physical robots.

Swarm robotic application is call for miniaturization i.e. nano-robotics or microbotics. It is for those tasks that require distributed sensing tasks such as micro machinery. It is also suited to the tasks that are related to cheap designs, many new forms of interactive art and many more. It is related to artificial swarm intelligence, in addition to the biological analysis of insects, ants and many other fields in the nature, wherever the swarm behavior appears. Research in this field of functionality and the uses of robots now have grown extensively to meet up with the certain diversified need of human beings. Throughout the history of robotics, it has been habitually seen that the robots imitate human behavior, and frequently handle jobs in the similar manner as human being does. These can be used in various practical purposes including domestic, commercial, or militarily purposes. Swarm robots mainly do jobs those are hazardous to people or beyond the human physical capabilities. For more detail, visit robo-swarm site.

What The Future Of Robotics Looks Like

The average individual has a very distorted view of robotics and futuristic technology. This is largely due to the misinformation that is disbursed through various forms of media, particularly via blockbuster movies. In reality, this technology is poised to develop a highly biological aspect. Rather than creating robots that can serve the same purposes as modern man, the future of robotics will include the use of this technology to improve the condition of humans and their functionality.

This can be seen in the keen interest in designing and creating super-soldiers. Many scientific organizations are looking for way to overcome the human condition and the inevitability of mortality by fusing biological and physical sciences. Thus, robots are being engineered with increasingly human features.

Moreover, there has been an interest in using this area of study to improve upon existing humans, rather than to merely create robots that are more lifelike. Both of these efforts have proven to be best accomplished by incorporating the use of nano-technology. These are small, cell-like structures that operate like microscopic and even self-replicating engines, that can be placed directly int the bloodstream.

The ability to program nano-technology to have a specific set of characteristics and take specific actions have made their potential applications far broader and much more flexible. These can be used in curing disease such as cancer and for strengthening or even possibly replacing lost or damaged limbs. Given that this tech will invariably alter what it means to be human, the advancements in this science have a raised a number of necessary and ethical questions.

There is a special interest in learning how to improve the human brain and brain functioning through the use of nanotechnology and robotic sciences. Certain theories surmise that man will soon be able to learn far more in a much shorter period of time. This will only be possible, however, by enhancing neurological performance through the use of specific forms of tech. There is also research being done to create lighter, more flexible, artificial beings that have more organic qualities and which incorporate the use of real bio-materials. This will increase these realistic appeal of their visual qualities and could eventually result in the creation of synthetic organisms that are capable of improving upon and thinking for themselves.

Thus, robots will invariably become more lightweight and lifelike even as humans begin to take on some of their more mechanized and technology-based attributes. This will ultimately mean the meeting of man and machine. How this will impact the world and the definition of what it means to be a human, however, is something that remains to be seen.

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