"We will never: .Say goodbye .Make you cry .Run around .Desert you =^•-•^="
A very good mechanic he also does some reasearch he is the best asset of our team
Helpful, Funny and finds a way to solve technical issues
Funny, energetic and always willing to lend a hand.
A hard working programmer and designer.
An amazing coder, she has done an epic job of coding our robots so far.
Smart and funny, an excellent partner to work with, she always knows what she's doing
A good partner to work with, friendly and funny.
A valuable asset to the group, always willing to help out and work hard.
loves robots, confident, willing, funny
Intelligent, funny, an awesome friend and always excellent at his job. He is a massive contributor to the group and his help is invaluable.
Geeky and enthusiastic, the organiser, leader, co-journalist, and technician of the group
We believe in a bright new today- one where all are free to pursue anything we desire, one without the heavy burden of environmental sickness, one where the Earth will change for the better, through innovation and technology. So help us create this tomorrow for the good of all on earth.
I have now compiled a conclusion; a robot is a human invention and therefore could never achieve the complexity of a human; a robot can serve physically and menially, and to make our lives easier, and are therefore not meant to fulfill the valuable job of creating a new, fruitful generation of humans. To do this would be wrong and demean us to the extent of becoming equal to our creations and so I say full-heartedly: "Education is a profession that can and never could be replicated by our inventions, our emotionless slaves." I believe this to be true. Thankyou.
Robots have no experience in the human world. They can not therefore empathize with other humans, a vital skill in education. It would be like having a blank-faced, emotion-less, skin-crawlingly unnatural teacher- so true to the simile "like a ROBOT", because that's what they are- they are meant to SERVE humanity, and so they can not teach, to pass knowledge down to humanity, as they are not human. I will compile a conclusion in my next article.
Car assembling, and surgical robots, have already proved that robots can replace humans; a concerning prospect on a major scale, and certainly something for the sci-fi writers to pounce on. Many manual jobs are at risk, yes, many may be made unemployed, people could be found with financial worries, homelessness may increase, but could it also create new occupations, both professional and otherwise? Okay, the time-old argument of the "technician fixes everything- what about everybody else?" does spring up in opposition, but I seriously believe other jobs could pop up due to this...
To have a bath bot run a bath doesnt it have to be the bath which is just all out creep also it is pretty easy to just do manually but a app that turns your bath tap on is a good idea from your phone.