sample avatar test: "do you like robot masks?"
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#1 Oct 30, 2010
Computers would want arms and legs if they became as smart as human beings. Then, they would be fully-functioning, intelligent and emotional robots.
Mary Shelley's book, "Frankenstein" (1818) and Chuck Russell's movie, "The Mask" (1994) suggest that self-alteration and self-visualizing re-creating life artificially illuminates important principles regarding the imagining of intelligence fear.
Does this explain the cultural appeal of the Hollywood (USA) movie "RoboCop" (1987)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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