What is hindering the robot revolution? We human

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 What is hindering the robot revolution? We human


ElonMusk said the flying car might drop the wheel cap and cause casualties. Many of us have this concern. George Gjertsen has been salivating about the idea of flying cars since GeorgeJetson first demonstrated its Aerocar in 1962. After a long wait, a real flying car debuted last year: AeroMobil3.0. Other companies have joined the competition, and the Airbus Company (Airbus) promises to develop an auto - driving flying car and a system that allows these vehicles to travel safely in the city. Taxi service giant Uber is striving to launch its taxi service before 2020. However, if there is an inspiration from the University of Michigan poll of flying cars, that is why the flying car has been delayed for so long: we. Nearly 2/3 of the respondents said they were very worried about the safety of the flying car; about 80% of the respondents believed that the flying car should be equipped with a parachute. It seems that many people have the same concern with musk: if someone does not maintain their flying car, it may fall off the hub cover and cause casualties. Because of the worries that linger in your mind, your anxiety level will only increase. Ironically, we are still asking for flying cars: the University of Michigan survey showed that nearly half of the respondents said they were very interested in the use of flying cars. But our doubts may be the reason that prevents us from getting what we want. The obstacle to the Robot Revolution Artificial intelligence and its possible Robot Revolution can bring automatic manipulating robots, quality control robots, and so on - and have the potential to improve our world. But this does not mean that AI technology has been actively supported. In fact, Russia, China and the United States are scrambling to accumulate artificial intelligence weapons and national security systems to enhance their military forces and to give more insight and ability to the human soldiers. Intelligent software is now considered equivalent to nuclear weapons -- a way to enhance national military superiority through modern technology. As Tom Simonetti (TomSimonite) explains, the artificial intelligence competition between the three major military powers in the world is different from the previous competitions, such as the competition for nuclear or stealth technology, because many artificial intelligence technologies can be used for both commercial and military use. This is the reason why some of us are skeptical: what evidence do we have to prove that AI technology will be used to automate the tedious process, not to monitor every move in our daily life? After all, our seemingly innocent Facebook dynamic news is said to have been hijacked to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. What will it be next? At the individual level, many of us are reluctant to accept the humanization of robots in the technology industry. Robotic company HansonRobotics created a machine learning robot called Sophia to make it a real conversation with humans, but Facebooks chief artificial intelligence scientist, Jahn Lukun (YannLeCun), said the robots cognitive ability was similar to the puppet. Therefore, while in Google search, scripted, algorithm generated responses may win peoples support for AI, but they are not very useful in exploring deeper ideas. How to lead the Robot Revolution Consumers are demanding more advanced technology, but they are also digging holes in what they get. How can those companies focused on AI lead the robot revolution? 1. reduce the cost of the forerunner (and the traveler). New technology will always bring the burden of first out cost, but AI technology and robots must become the mainstream of the market, and price barriers must be removed. The technology blogger Recode reported that the market for equipment manufacturing industrial robots is expected to grow by 175% over the next 9 years, but if the factorys robot prices continue to wander in the range of $100 thousand, this expectation will not be achieved. The industrial robotic company seems to have received this information. According to ARKInvestmentManagement, an investment management company, the cost of industrial robots is expected to fall by 65% by 2025, but there is more work to be done in the related industries. With 3D printing and other technologies continuously improving and accelerating the production of robots, the related costs will drop. To drive the robot revolution, we should not only seek ways to reduce production costs, but also try to reduce the cost of technology related to robot production. 2. dont let the misunderstandings continue. Although it is easy to think that improvements in technology will solve peoples worries and change peoples ideas immediately, the longer the wrong assumptions continue, the more misunderstandings they cause, and the harder it is to turn them around. A good way to solve this problem is to make laws and regulations, regard AI as a partner, not a source of panic. The public discussion of the personality and the responsibilities of robots and their developers can eliminate fear, just as the study of robots has the same impact on trade unions and other labour organizations and human rights. Flybits founder and chief executive Hussein Rahnema (HosseinRahnama) explained in her blog, its no surprise that the rise of robots is accompanied by a moderate fear... In response, chief executives are trying to figure out how AI will affect the supply chain, labor force, revenue and even the entire business model. A strong sense of urgency will prompt companies to spend money on the first platform they meet. Instead, leaders should think clearly about which technologies can solve practical problems and let consumers understand them. 3. attach great importance to security issues. Network security and privacy are the most important concerns of consumers. A survey by CNNMoney shows that nearly half of the respondents said they had been attacked by hackers. With the complete digital business process of AI, collecting and utilizing large amounts of data, people become more alert than ever before. It is a win-win for enterprises and users to invest in safety technology to protect AI technology and consumers. Unlike humans, robots can be attacked by hackers, WiproLimited chief technology officer Sanjiv (K.R.Sanjiv) in the TheObserver newspaper said: unlike human beings, robots can be attacked by hackers. Industrial robots today follow the modified version of the three law of Asimovs robot. What happens if someone invades a machine to remove one of the laws? A hacker can commit murder by removing the self injurious injunction to make robots harming humans or destroying valuable equipment. In understanding the power of robots, enterprises must have the power to isolate this power and apply it to the proper use. Say back to George Gjertsens flying car: the cartoon characters world is much simpler than our world, but we can solve the real obstacle of the robot revolution by solving the problem of human intelligence. By recognizing the very real hidden worries, from the data stolen to the hub cap falling, the business can get the full support of the consumer and bring them the flying cars they want. (ROBOM) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Yao Liwei _NT6056 Unlike humans, robots can be attacked by hackers, WiproLimited chief technology officer Sanjiv (K.R.Sanjiv) in the TheObserver newspaper said: unlike human beings, robots can be attacked by hackers. Industrial robots today follow the modified version of the three law of Asimovs robot. What happens if someone invades a machine to remove one of the laws? A hacker can commit murder by removing the self injurious injunction to make robots harming humans or destroying valuable equipment. In understanding the power of robots, enterprises must have the power to isolate this power and apply it to the proper use. Say back to George Gjertsens flying car: the cartoon characters world is much simpler than our world, but we can solve the real obstacle of the robot revolution by solving the problem of human intelligence. By recognizing the very real hidden worries, from the data stolen to the hub cap falling, the business can get the full support of the consumer and bring them the flying cars they want. (ROBOM)