You are not a mystery. You're an idiot.
The Toyota iQ, cute but devestating in a crash with the SUVS you all seem to hate.
I want that car. Almost as much as I want a Fiat Nuova 500.
This: "...it wants to be like humans. Because they have this impossible desire..." is false. This is what humans(in real life) impose on robots(in fiction) because it makes us feel glad to be human. In reality, robots do not have desire unless we program them in a way that makes us think they have desire. But they still don't.
@3 - um, they're riding electric golf carts in Texas, raindrop ... maybe you should hit the reset button on your brain.
All is full of love.
so, Charles, have you bridged the uncanny valley yet?
1) http://theandroid.com/ appears to contain alternate language versions of that commercial.
2) @5: You're right, until we get to the level of technology of making bipedal, self-programming robots. It's the "self programming" part that's key. Because, then, they're out of our control, and, potentially, at least, capable of wishing they were something they're not.
And, they don't even need to be bipedal.
Why do SUVs cost more to insure than cars, if they are safer?
True that, @10. Although, I really hope it never happens, I can at least feel confident that, if an SUV ever does ram my 1975 VW bus, that plastic bodied piece of shite is going to shatter like a freaking window, and probably roll over and 'spode for good measure.
Sure, I'll probably have a biggish ding somewhere, but that's what dent-pullers, and bondo were made for.
And SUVs can kill their occupants without the help of any other vehicle at all, just by rolling over in a turn. It's sad, still hearing these failed arguments at this late date.
That little buglet will zip right around your cumbersome, brakeless, no-handling SUV, raindrop, thus avoiding the collision altogether. That's how it works. It's also better in a crash than most SUVs and trucks, due to intelligent caging and seven airbags.
But geez, Comte, a '75 VW bus is the most dangerous vehicle on the road. I'll never forget the guy I saw on I-5, struggling to get to his feet after going through the windshield of one at 75 MPH. His friends were trying to hold him down. There was a long, long, red patch of meat on the pavement nearby. He did not survive.
Whiskey and robotic wisdom GHEEZUZ that is so strange! THE STRANGER.
The whiskey is water, the water is wine.
What was this thread about again?
You really should give a shout out to Chris Cunningham for the 5th image, from the Bjork video he directed.
Dear Charles Mudede,
Girl, you crazy.
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