Saturday Apr 5
Figuring out the future: Will we be ready to live in a world where machines are smarter than people?
In the early 1990s, a colleague known for bluntness told him, "No normal human being can read your handwriting.
Robots are finally fitting into the swing of things
Although they fascinate people, to this point they haven't made much of a mark upon the world.
New roles for technology: Rise of the robots
ROBOTS came into the world as a literary device whereby the writers and film-makers of the early 20th century could explore their hopes and fears about technology, as the era of the automobile, telephone and aeroplane picked up its reckless jazz-age speed.
The Daily Princetonian
In science fiction writer Isaac Asimov's "I, Robot" are four laws that robots must follow, one of which is stated above.