A.I. (without human intervention)

 If you had been following this site for any amount of years or from the beginning then you know there has always been a section for those things of a technical nature which we get little information on. As a preview of the story you are about to read form Zerohedge I think it would be a good idea to review some stories I have posted in the past and shortly after my site was hacked. I'm not saying someone was attempting to suppress the story to everyone! No by all means, just to some of us.

A.I. With an Attitude!


Researchers have shown that machines are inching closer to self-learning, and perhaps even copping a little attitude.

Over at Google GOOGL -1.33%, a computer program using a database of movie scripts was asked again and again by researchers to define morality. It struggles to do so, and in a conversation recorded by its human engineers, becomes exasperated and ends the conversation by lashing out at its human inquisitor.

What Is That?

From :http://thevictoryreport.org

I saw this video on the victoryreport and because I saw another photo of a man on Mars that look to me like a rock I didn't give this one to much attention until I saw the smooth walls on the structure in the picture! That rung a bell, No really I heard something! OK, not really. But it is very interesting. The only problem I have with it is, how did NASA miss that? OK, we all know they are hiding something, And they know we know it. So what's up?

NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan states: Here

“I think we’re going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth within a decade . . .I think we’re going to have definitive evidence within 20-30 years.”

“We’re on the verge of things that people have wondered about for millennia. Within all of our lifetimes we’re going to understand that there is life on other bodies in the solar system. We’re going to understand the implications of that for life here on Earth.”


Future Wearables

Intel unveils button-sized Curie module to power future wearables

Intel has today unveiled Curie, a low-powered module no bigger than a button, as part of its vision to lead in the wearables field. Company CEO Brian Krzanich announced the module, which will be built on a tiny new chip called the Quark SE, during his keynote at CES in Las Vegas — a year on from announcing the Intel Edison platform.

The module incorporates the low-power 32-bit Quark microcontroller, 384kB of flash memory, motion sensors, Bluetooth LE and battery-charging capabilities in order to power the very smallest of devices. Intel is hoping Curie will prove the flexible solution designers need to create wearables such as rings, pendants, bracelets, bags, fitness trackers and even buttons.

SecondHands A.I. (machine learning)

From : Wired.com

 An ambitious robotics project that combines artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced sensors to understand and assist humans in real time could be truly "revolutionary", according to the team working on it. The SecondHands humanoid, being developed for online supermarket Ocado, could soon be helping factory engineers fix mechanical faults and even learn on the job.

The robot will be completely autonomous and should be able to help with everything from fetching tools to holding objects and even assisting with cleaning and engineering tasks. The project is a collaboration between the technology arm of the online supermarket and four universities across the European Union. The robotics team at Ocado Technology believe it could become "the most advanced assistive robot in the world".

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