Humanoids for Human-olds: Sociable Service Robots Could Be the First Wave of the Robotics Revolution

As computer and mechanical engineering becomes more advanced, we are drawing ever closer to a revolution in robotics, and it’s coming just in time. By 2030, the populations of elderly people in the U.S., Japan, and Europe will explode. Worldwide, the number of people above the age of 80 will double. (1) Meanwhile life expectancyContinue reading Humanoids for Human-olds: Sociable Service Robots Could Be the First Wave of the Robotics Revolution”

The Dangers of Drones

The concern about the growing impersonality of warfare is an old one. But now more than ever, critics worry about the distance from which war is conducted. The increasingly prevalent drones on war-grounds can save the lives of the soldiers they replace, but they also present new safety and ethical issues. Drones are prone toContinue reading “The Dangers of Drones”