Links – AI & Robots

Robot Co-workers – The Economist

Real Robot Talk – The Economist

Jobs for People to Assist Algorithms – NY Times

Could this Robot Save Your Job?  (no)- NPR

IBM Watson to Pass the Medical Licensing Exam – Computerworld

A New Federal Initiative to Map the Human Brain and also this – NY Times

Cloud Based Brain for Robots – Gigaom

Rise of the Robots beyond the Assembly Line – Seattle Times

Telepresence Robots – The Economist

Robotic Sorter – Singularity Hub

Robots will Steal your Job, but that’s Ok (book — I’m not so sure it will be ok…) –   Federico Pistono

Definitely not ok:  How AI (and a few other things) could wipe us all out – aeon Magazine

3 thoughts on “Links – AI & Robots

  1. Martin, you might find this of interest:-

    Liberty’s Dawn: A People’s History of the Industrial Revolution – Emma Griffin

    “This … book looks at hundreds of autobiographies penned between 1760 and 1900 to offer an intimate firsthand account of how the Industrial Revolution was experienced by the working class.”

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