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Robots are fascinating! Choose from one of our topics below (or choose one of your own), then write a short report. We'd love to hear your thoughts on as many topics as you'd like.

Would you trust a robot firefighter?

William Howard School

William Howard School

11 Dec 2017

I would not trust a robot firefighter, because they would have to be waterproof, and could explode if their circuitry gets wet. Also, when exposed to high temperatures, their circuits could get fried.

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Would you trust a robot judge?

William Howard School

William Howard School

11 Dec 2017

I wouldn’t trust a robot to be a judge in court because humans have a hard time trying to define right and wrong, and so if we have such a lacking understanding of it, how would we ever be able to program it into a robot.

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Would you have a robot to do your housekeeping?

William Howard School

William Howard School

11 Dec 2017

I would and I wouldn’t. It would be useful because I wouldn’t have to do it and I wouldn’t have to use any harsh chemicals. However, it also could end up creating more mess if it malfunctions, and sets fire to the curtains.

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I am a robot, I have no emotions (or do I?)

Joseph Whitaker School

Joseph Whitaker School

11 Dec 2017

the video show a tiny robot that reacts to humans and has emotions which could mean that in the future that robots can be made to look like, talk like, move like and react like us therefore making them hard to tell if they are a robot or not. The down side to this is that we could be being spied on and we wouldn't know.

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Would a robot have a place in future supermarkets?

William Howard School

William Howard School

11 Dec 2017

It will have robots working the tills and cleaning aisles. It will also have gender neutral clothing to promote equality and most importantly, all barcodes will scan on the first try.

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