Keloid – Big Lazy Robot

In a not too distant future, societies of all countries come to rely on an intricate network of artificial intelligence devices designed to bring efficacy to man’s life. Yet, man continues to devour himself in useless wars. A strong political hierarchy now divides all powers into three factions, and A. I. devices rapidly gain ground as efficiency becomes a priority. As social revolts grow worse everyday, authorities seek ways to control their citizens. They decide to carry out a series of tests that will determine not only whether some crucial…

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ANIMATION Harry Potter and the Portrait of what Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash

A fully animated rendition of the new Harry Potter chapter written by a predictive text robot. Harry, Ron, and Hermione must find out what the Death Eaters are up to and put a stop to Voldemort once again. There’s a one or two word difference from the official version, since the script I sent to Cloud was from a reddit post before the story went viral. ► Script ◄ http://botnik.org/content/harry-potter.html Predictive text based on Harry Potter books Bot made by Botnik Studios Script creation and editing by: nattowsen bird_robot failedseance…

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The Robot Intelligence – Teaching a robot how to walk (Cartoon)

Robots are only as intelligent as we make them. This animated cartoon has Dr. Morbius trying to teach Rob how to walk. You’ll see that the flying Orbot is no help whatsoever and causes just as much trouble. Sure Dr. Morbius could just reprogram Rob to gain better knowledge but the whole point is to test out his artificial intelligence system. This is also loosely based off of a sketch called Prometheus and Bob from an old tv show on Nickelodeon. I thought I’d do a little twist on the…

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Robots – Curator’s Label – Eric Joyner

For this label Curator JoAnne Northrup talks about how art history has influenced the work of Eric Joyner. For the exhibition Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon the San Jose Museum of Art created “Video Labels” for around the work of 6 artists. The artists are Clayton Bailey, Eric Joyner, Nemo Gould, Gail Wight, Lisa Solomon and David Pace. For each artist there is a “Curators Label”, where Senior Curator JoAnne Northrup speaks about the artist, and an “Artist Label”, where the artist talks about their work. Show runs April…

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Robots – Curator’s Label – Eric Joyner

For this label Curator JoAnne Northrup talks about how art history has influenced the work of Eric Joyner. For the exhibition Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon the San Jose Museum of Art created “Video Labels” for around the work of 6 artists. The artists are Clayton Bailey, Eric Joyner, Nemo Gould, Gail Wight, Lisa Solomon and David Pace. For each artist there is a “Curators Label”, where Senior Curator JoAnne Northrup speaks about the artist, and an “Artist Label”, where the artist talks about their work. Show runs April…

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The Dawn of Superintelligence – Part 2 (Artificial Intelligence Series)

If you have seen Part 1, you can skip to 1:04 What happens when our species is not the most intelligent on the planet? Artificial Intelligence is the most important topic of our time. The Dawn of Superintelligence is a Four part Series which aims to put into perspective this significance. It aims to build from the basics of how AI is going to reach and surpass human intelligence. In Part 2 We focus on how Machine Learning and Deep Learning work in computers. Let us know in the comments…

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Artificial General Intelligence: Racing and cooperating | Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh

Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh gives a framing talk on racing and cooperating with regards to artificial general intelligence. The Beneficial AGI 2019 Conference: https://futureoflife.org/beneficial-agi-2019/ After our Puerto Rico AI conference in 2015 and our Asilomar Beneficial AI conference in 2017, we returned to Puerto Rico at the start of 2019 to talk about Beneficial AGI. We couldn’t be more excited to see all of the groups, organizations, conferences and workshops that have cropped up in the last few years to ensure that AI today and in the near future will be…

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THE FUTURE OF MILITARY AI ROBOTICS AND COMBAT DRONES BUILT FOR WAR 2017!

The AI (Artificial Intelligence) Revolution is here and has a lot of people very worried about the future AI and robots merging. This 2017 one hundred and sixteen roboticists and AI researchers,. US marines from 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment test the awesome futuristic new MAARS, MUUT, PD-100, Instant Eye & PGI Phantom military combat robots developed by the Marine Corps Warfighting. Robotics | The Future of US Unmanned Military Forces | Military Robotics is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering and computer science that deals.

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STRONG ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – Official Trailer #2 [HD] – 2018

Support the development of Strong Artificial Intelligence Human Robots by buying our ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE polo shirts, hoodies and caps on our website http://www.artificialintelligence.es Full movie: https://vimeo.com/307838921 Strong Artificial Intelligence (2018) Based on a real story. An incredible movie beyond artificial intelligence. Riccardo is a student in neural network artificial intelligence and uses all his resources to study all the secrets of artificial intelligence on the Internet, but he also uses his brain to the maximum to connect all the possible things of artificial intelligence and he educates his artificial intelligence…

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Robots – Curator’s Label – Eric Joyner

For this label Curator JoAnne Northrup talks about how art history has influenced the work of Eric Joyner. For the exhibition Robots: Evolution of a Cultural Icon the San Jose Museum of Art created “Video Labels” for around the work of 6 artists. The artists are Clayton Bailey, Eric Joyner, Nemo Gould, Gail Wight, Lisa Solomon and David Pace. For each artist there is a “Curators Label”, where Senior Curator JoAnne Northrup speaks about the artist, and an “Artist Label”, where the artist talks about their work. Show runs April…

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