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Offline Art
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Hello! Computer... Can you hear me now?


I guess the fact that many of us have been chatting with our computers for over two decades (anyone who owned Zabaware's UltraHal chatbot/assistants).

Well, now it seems that the US Army is jumping right on that 20 plus year bandwagon by developing a system that enables them to have a conversation with their robots. How thoughtful...

https://www.slashgear.com/us-armys-latest-ai-system-lets-humans-and-robots-have-conversations-01631639/

Posted August 02, 2020, 16:54:42 PM Logged

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I guess it was only a matter of time before the Army started to use this kind of technology.

Alexa invade "country X"  eeeek

Posted August 03, 2020, 07:14:12 AM Logged
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