#51 2013-03-26 17:07:35

Skynet v1.0 in Pakistan.

http://drones.pitchinteractive.com

Start remembering to look up.

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#52 2013-03-28 04:37:45

lechero wrote:

Skynet v1.0 in Pakistan.

http://drones.pitchinteractive.com

Start remembering to look up.

http://www.techsavvyed.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/missile-command.gif

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#53 2013-03-29 23:39:46

http://high-street.org/img/riseoftherobots.png

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#54 2013-04-03 11:48:42

http://high-street.org/img/radiopoliceautomaton.jpg


http://high-street.org/sidepic/spacealiens09.jpg

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#56 2013-04-09 11:15:19

Our kids are so fucked...

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#57 2013-04-10 09:15:36

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#58 2013-04-14 03:23:11

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#59 2013-04-15 10:06:20

https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/7268014592/h070C7250/

Click it with your laser.

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#60 2013-04-15 10:49:26

OK - that's fucking scary

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#61 2013-04-18 13:06:40

Not really a robot, but a good way to find killer robots with default passwords.

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#62 2013-05-04 08:38:47

http://high-street.org/uploads/11_tiny_flyer.jpg


(Click of course)

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#63 2013-05-04 16:59:22

Be part of the solution. Enlarge the Drone Shield.

Set up a cheap open source networked sensor on your house and help us watch the watchers.

http://high-street.org/uploads/359_drone_shield.jpg

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#68 2013-07-07 08:42:39

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#71 2013-07-17 14:59:27

More details on Goober's DARPA Petman T-100 model

http://whatsnext.blogs.cnn.com/2013/07/ … nse-robot/

The robots will need to be able to complete tasks on their own without constant human control, which will be a key feature if they are in situations where communications are spotty.

Hasta la vista, baby...

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#72 2013-07-18 18:14:48

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#73 2013-07-19 16:46:26

I know this is probably heading somewhere extraordinary but, seems like they could do this 30 years ago.

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#74 2013-07-19 16:49:41

Baywolfe wrote:

I know this is probably heading somewhere extraordinary but, seems like they could do this 30 years ago.

This is a college class assignment these days, off the shelf hardware

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#75 2013-07-20 13:44:13

I give them 5 years until these are hopping on and off the UPS truck's roof, running packages to your front doors.

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#77 2013-07-26 21:37:35

Emmeran wrote:

Drive by wire

They filmed themselves in the back of one of the vehicles steering it left and right, activating the brakes and showing the fuel gauge drop to zero, all while the vehicle was under driver control and in motion.

I'm sure Michael Hastings would have been overjoyed to read this.

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#79 2013-08-02 05:08:34

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#80 2013-08-06 22:15:27

GooberMcNutly wrote:

I give them 5 years until these are hopping on and off the UPS truck's roof, running packages to your front doors.

http://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_01.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_02.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_03.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_08.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/ups-girl6.png

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#81 2013-08-06 22:23:19

Thank you sir, may I have another?

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#83 2013-08-06 23:13:37

choad wrote:

GooberMcNutly wrote:

I give them 5 years until these are hopping on and off the UPS truck's roof, running packages to your front doors.

http://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_01.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_02.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_03.jpghttp://high-street.org/img/UPS_grl_08.jpg

Oh Jeezuz please replace our driver with her.

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#84 2013-08-15 12:26:24

Out of a Philip K. Dick story...
careful what you write, some douche will make it reality.

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/a … et/273270/

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#85 2013-08-15 13:08:41

Or Crighton's prey....

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#87 2013-10-04 16:30:50

Keloid from BLR_VFX on Vimeo.

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#89 2013-10-28 22:08:36

So, who wants to put money down: Which will be first? First humanoid robot to kill someone or first humanoid sexbot for sale to the general public?

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#90 2013-10-28 23:43:36

GooberMcNutly wrote:

So, who wants to put money down: Which will be first? First humanoid robot to kill someone or first humanoid sexbot for sale to the general public?

Why not both at the same time? A malfunctioning sex robot could do a lot of damage and even a perfectly functioning one could cause a heart attack.

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#95 2013-11-15 12:46:26

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Robocide?

Shouldn't of left the stove on when he left.

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#96 2013-11-15 13:11:03

Dmtdust wrote:

Emmeran wrote:

Robocide?

Shouldn't of left the stove on when he left.

Wood burning.  But yes he should have checked the auto start time setting before putting it on his workbench and walking out the door.  I like to think of this as our first strike back in the war with the drones.

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#97 2013-11-15 13:35:04

Emmeran wrote:

Robocide?

I think the random spirograph pattern of the treads as they melted and carbonized is kind of pretty...

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#98 2013-11-25 17:43:10

There's hope as long as DARPA's Atlas stumbles and eats shit:

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#99 2013-12-20 09:55:51

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2013/12 … challenge/

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