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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Next-Gen ATLAS Robot Won’t Be Pushed Around By Humans

Prophecy Sign:  Increased Knowledge - Image of the Beast technology

We are so close to the unveiling of the worlds first bipedal, humanoid looking, artificial intelligent android.  Just check out the videos below and image them melding together along with A.I.  Could this be what the future 'image of the Beast' may be?  We have no idea of course, but given the rapid increase in knowledge, the technology for whatever the Beast image will be is likely already in the development stage.

The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. Revelation 13:15 NIV

Next-Gen ATLAS Robot Won’t Be Pushed Around By Humans
Google-owned Boston Dynamics released a video today of the newest iteration of its ATLAS biped robot being harassed by humans as it attempts various tasks including picking up boxes, opening doors and keeping to its feet in the snow. The apparent bullying by its human overlords, who try to push ATLAS and knock boxes out of its hands, is all in aid of testing its compensatory systems. A bipedal robot has to be able to stay on its feet and/or recover from falls if it’s to be of any use and ATLAS certainly proves its ability to stay standing. The video shows ATLAS taking running steps backwards to keep its balance when it’s shoved by a hockey stick and getting back to its feet when it eventually does fall over.

Why artificial intelligence may be more dangerous than nuclear weapons
But this push for the rapid development of AI has some concerned, including Professor Stuart Russell, a computer scientist at the University of California in Berkeley and the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk at Cambridge University who is known for his work on AI, according to a Daily Mail report. He believes that mankind may be “driving off a cliff” by doing this. The problem with AI is that it could be easily adapted for military use, and thus sentient computers could be in charge of some terrifying weaponry. Too much trust in AI could lead to problems down the road, Russell warned. And he’s not the only one. SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk and famed physicist Professor Stephen Hawking have also spoken out about the issue.

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