Car parking is getting more creative, and especially in country such as China since 1.35 plus billion people are driving more than ever before. This is why I think country with so many people are going to have to be more creative as the world is moving into the future. The future when scarcity may be very real. In this case, car parking spaces in China are scarce, and so China uses robots to manage car parking spaces. Hopefully these robots are more efficient in time saving and space allocation when it comes to parking cars. If this car parking system is working out rather well for China, I would love to see it comes to United States. If nothing else, I like the futuristic aspect of it all. Check out the video right after the break to see robots park cars in China.
Imagine our world is lacking of modern technology, thus labor units would go to the highest bidders. The manufacturing groups would minimize cost and push their factories to wherever in the world which could offer the lowest labor cost per unit. What would become of the manufacture industry if such a world would standstill forever? It wouldn’t change much I assume, and companies would seek out the cheapest labor cost environment to install their factories. Unfortunately, our real world is full of robots. This means the future of manufacture industry will eventually exclude the human factor. China’s manufacture industry is already experiencing the robot invasion. China is smart though! China is willing to retain the prowess of the manufacture industry, and so China doesn’t mind how robots would replace humans in factories. This way China is still able to sell stuffs at bargain prices, pushing costs down, and outcompeting competitors. Check out how robots have invaded China’s factories in the video right after the break. Enjoy!
Check out a Chinese robot which looks like a real, sexy, beautiful woman. This sexy robot can also reply to you as if she is a human, and her lips sync with her voice. I think she got certain machine learning algorithms going for her, but if she goes deep learning then we may see she gets serious. The cool thing about smart robots is that they can tap into external robotic neural pools/networks and get smart instantly through wireless communication technology, but we humans have to research and learn — and this take time. If I’m correct, deep learning relies on machine learning to take advantage of powerful machine networks to calculate and self-learn. If I’m wrong then both of these technologies are totally different from each other.
Perhaps, our pretty robots of today may not have the capability of tapping into such deep learning networks just yet, but the future is certainly bright for such robots. If deep learning gets so smart to the point of overpowering human intelligence, then we better recognize our new robotic masters!
She is pretty, but can she be dangerous? Not yet… unless someone updates her in the future and makes her dangerous. She will be a killer! Her kung fu on intelligence will step on you like a cockroach. Check her out in the video right after the break, and don’t die for her beauty. She’s a killer!
This guy spent $50,000 to produce his first robot in Do It Yourself kung fu. I’d read an article on him before, and what I’d read was that he got no proper knowledge for making a robot, but he was a fast learner and persistent thus he was able to make his robot. The robot, she looks like Scarlett Johansson. Although her physical movements are still rigid, but her beautiful face is very life like until she tries to wink and smile. Hopefully, eventually he would be able to smooth out her physical abilities. Ricky Ma is the guy, and his robot is Scarlett Johansson. According to the video right after the break, Rick Ma refuses to admit that his robot is Scarlett Johansson though.
Robots are taking over Guangzhou! Chinese New Year (and various other neighboring countries’ Lunar New Year), the year of the monkey, got 540 robots danced away to the festive tune against the backdrop of Guangzhou’s city skyline. Drones flew overhead to enhance the festive choreography.