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A Chinese video gaming business has chosen the first humanoid robot in history to serve as its CEO.
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A Chinese video gaming business has chosen the first humanoid robot in history to serve as its CEO.

The technological world keeps setting new records. Recently, the Chinese mobile game developer NetDragon Websoft selected "Tang Yu" as its general manager. Tang Yu is a virtual human assisted by artificial intelligence. The virtual CEO, Ms. Tang Yu, began her role at the company's main subsidiary, Fujian NetDragon Websoft, on August 26 after the appointment. According to a statement from the company, Tang Yu will support decision-making during regular business operations and offer a better risk management system. She will serve the board as a real-time analytics tool and data center as well. Other responsibilities of Tang Yu include ensuring that the staff work in a fair atmosphere. The strength of AI To imagine modern technologies without artificial intelligence would not ma...
Soon, robot canines might guard a station used by the US Space Force.
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Soon, robot canines might guard a station used by the US Space Force.

To automate time-consuming security operations at its Cape Canaveral spaceport, the U.S. Space Force staged a demonstration employing robot dogs, according to a military press release. Since robot dogs can complete activities without taking risks and are thus genuinely man's best friend, they have been proposed as substitutes for numerous mundane and extremely dangerous jobs. However, organizations like Ghost Robotics are seeking to develop military applications for the same technology, while businesses like Boston Dynamics have intended to employ them for emergency and civilian purposes. What tasks can robot dogs carry out? When the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was considering using these robot dogs to patrol the Southwest U.S. border, we reported on it earlier this year. Th...
A homemade robot dog is shown firing a rifle in a video. Do you need to worry?
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A homemade robot dog is shown firing a rifle in a video. Do you need to worry?

According to Vice, a video depicting a robot dog shooting rounds from a submachine gun strapped on its back has gone viral online, prompting questions about whether we are genuinely employing technology in this way. Spot from Boston Dynamics appears to be the neighborhood-friendly dog you can rely on when he strolls along a sidewalk or trots across a factory floor. The fact that the business is adamant about not utilizing its technology as a weapon also helps. But it doesn't take long for someone else to execute that thought, as seen in the video below below. According to the video, the two have been combined to create a guard and patrol dog. The Verge's social media analysis revealed that Atamanov, the owner of the video, has a passion for military hardware. He shared a picture of the...