Robot able to imagine itself

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https://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news...ity-scientists

Which opens the door to self repairing machines, or an army of robots in remote areas, sending back a signal to basecamp to start the 3D printer for a part the enemy shot off.

I doubt that this leads to self awareness in the really comprehend kind of way, or we would see a chess piece on a table in a park, and this would see a black thing with a certain shape, on a black and white surface outside, (no idea what that is) in a park, (an area with a lot of green things.

But none the less it will have some practical applications.

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  • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
    it is called a mirror
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    • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
      Originally Posted by hardraysnight View Post

      it is called a mirror
      A cracked one.

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        Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

        A cracked one.

        i am not cracked

        i think i am getting mad
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by hardraysnight View Post

          i am not cracked

          i think i am getting mad


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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by Daniel Evans View Post

      A Black one.
      I wish this forum allowed me to give you more than one "thanks" for that.

      Incidentally, have you managed to work your way through all the permutations of Bandersnatch yet? I've been at it sporadically for a couple of weeks, but I don't think I've made even a small dent in it yet.
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      Arguing with an idiot is like playing chess with a pigeon.
      It'll just knock over all the pieces, poop on the board, and strut about like it's won anyway.
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      • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        I wish this forum allowed me to give you more than one "thanks" for that.

        Incidentally, have you managed to work your way through all the permutations of Bandersnatch yet? I've been at it sporadically for a couple of weeks, but I don't think I've made even a small dent in it yet.
        I lay down to watch Netflix 4 weeks ago and was really pleased to see that it had been released that day. I hadn't even heard about it.

        I started it and I received a warning that it was a special kind of interactive movie...and alas my smart TV didn't support it.

        So, after planning to watch and then forgetting about it multiple times, I've still got it to look forward to. I think my options are the iMac and Oculus Go. I'll most likely watch it on the iMac.

        Did you enjoy it?
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        • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
          Originally Posted by Daniel Evans View Post

          Did you enjoy it?
          Very much so. Obviously some of the permutations are better than others, but overall it's of the standard we've come to expect from Charlie Brooker and the whole Back Mirror oeuvre.

          Kudos to Netflix for picking it up when Channel 4 abandoned it.
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          Arguing with an idiot is like playing chess with a pigeon.
          It'll just knock over all the pieces, poop on the board, and strut about like it's won anyway.
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          • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
            Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

            Very much so. Obviously some of the permutations are better than others, but overall it's of the standard we've come to expect from Charlie Brooker and the whole Back Mirror oeuvre.

            Kudos to Netflix for picking it up when Channel 4 abandoned it.
            I've just 'experienced it'. I'm not sure 'watched' would be a correct description. I didn't end up at a successful ending.

            Very good!

            It's all too tempting to speak of things but they would stand as spoilers for those who haven't seen it.

            The way it ties in with the experience is something I didn't expect Very clever! It's also based upon a philosophy I've held for some time now, so it grabbed me immediately.

            I will definitely run through it again.
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