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FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ANTONOMOUS CARS/TRANSPORT how do they work? - they use laser based radar systems which will kick in whenever an obstacle comes within 15 to 30 feet of the vehicle - the cars.brain- uses deep learning technology to review cameras and GPS data - it can calculate the probability of actions to be taken by other drivers synonyms: - driverless car self-driving car - robotic car PRO - reduces accidence because of no human errors like distraction, impaired driving or poor decision making - it could safe a lot of lives (the longer we wait the more people will die - faster reaction times - communication with other self-driving cars avoids accidence and reduces traffic jams (could safe about 40 hours a year for many people) - they have the potential to completely change our commutes you can use the time you are sitting in the car to work on the go, watch TV shows, check social or sleep - parking could be less of an inconvenience the car can drop you of and find a parking spot itself or circle the block until you come back - airplanes for example already fly in full antonomous mode and studies show that this is actually safer - crime rate decreases criminals won't be able to escape from the police chase in a...

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self-driving car because it could be tracked and stopped remotely it would be difficult to get their hands on an ordinary car in a world where nobody rides such cars anymore - it will be much cheaper to use a taxi for people in big cities than to have a own car in a city without traffic jams taxi waiting time will be about 38 seconds and the cost of a ride will also be lower - delivery will be much faster chalf of the normal time) - real estate area could increase in cities if nobody needs parking lots and garages anymore because there are just self-driving taxis and public transports - better ecology all cars would become electric over time - long-distance delivery gets better truck drivers won't need to spend days on the road - you may won't need a driving license in the future ever again CON: - accidence can still happen because of technology malfunctions or humans driving other cars who would be at fault if an accidence would happen? the car manufacturer or the car owner? - - is going to eliminate jobs it's predicted that millions of proffessional driving jobs will be wiped out (for example truck and taxi drivers) car insurance and auto repair could be effected as well the prices may come down after their release but they will still be More expensive than traditional cars - because of that car ownership may decrease in the future because people are opting to rent self-driving cars only when they need them they will be very expensive the hardware (cameras, sensors) and software makes it pricey owning a car might become obsolete you need to be ready to take over at any time - does it make sense to drive a self-driving car then? - you're still legally responsible if something happens to the car they need to make tough choices programmers need to programm these choices and favor or discriminate against a certain type of object to crash into - the car owner may need to suffer the negative consequences of this algorithm - it could think a person wants to cross the road-even if he doesn't want to-, stop and create an accidence difficulty of development it's a much bigger problem if a driverless car gets broken because even a minor malfunction could lead to a serious accidence when the product goes into mass production its quality may decline criminals could get into their systems and mess with different directions when the car circles the block because there is no parking spot, it gives off exhaust fumes until you call it back - constant surveillance the car will report to its company servers, your every movement will be seen CYBORGS, ROBOTS AND TRANSHUMANISM DEFINITIONS: robots: - machines that operate antonomously from human supervision - can be built for any use - meant to replace humans they are today used for manufacturing, by the military and by scientists - cyborgs: - short for "cybernetic organism" a being with natural, organic and mechanical body parts - has had their natural functions restored or enhanced EXAMPLES AND THEIR BENEFITS AND OBJECTIONS: bionic hand: - it's a myoelectric prothetic hand which is controlled by sensors placed all over your muscles benefits: - better quality of life more opportunities in jobs - more confidence in the ability to do things - a sense of artificial hand belonging to the body - robots in healthcare: they are assisting surgeries, desinfecting rooms, dispensing medication, keeping company and interacting with elderly benefits: - machines don't need food or sleep - they don't have prejudices they don't complain about their monotonous tasks - they take over human work - human staff has more energy to deal with issues Artificial Intelligence: it's intelligence shown by machines - can complete many tasks by now - there are potential risks of Al benefits: - be able to hear speech at anearly normal level - may be able to understand speech without lip reading easier to talk on the phone or hear TV or music - pick up on different types of sounds, including soft, medium and loud ones objections: expensive (average price 9240€) - body could reject prosthesis - difficulties in precise performing - prothesis is heavy 3D bioprinting: - it is a kind of 3D printing that uses organic cells as so-called bioinks to print living structures cochlear implant: - it's a small electronic device which is partly placed under the skin and can make deaf or hard-of-hearing people hear a sense of sound objections: - they could become a cheap replacement for staff they cannot replace human interaction objections: - nerve damage or hearing loss, tinnitus - dizziness or balance problems - leaks of the fluid around the brain - cannot fully restore hearing benefits: alternative to the transplantation of organs which reduces waiting times for the receiver - avoids the drug testing on animals objections: artificial heart valves: - When the heart is broken it doesn't open and close the valves properly, so you need a new valve benefits: - it stays for a lifetime - it saves life's neuralink: a chip that gets transplanted next to the brain to connect with the neurons of the brain and send signals by transforming impulses into bluetooth signals benefits: life gets easier and humanity develops further so Al can't overtake humanity - people can share memories, so learning process can be skipped and there is no inequality benefits: more free time - support for older people, young children, single parents androids: - Al controlled robots designed to assist us in jobs, at home and much more benefits: - help to advance research into robotics and human - robot interactions objections: you need to take blood thinning medication every day - you need to take blood tests - robotic actor comes with a library of impressions, greetings, songs and gestures - help wherever it's needed objections: - can be hacked benefits: - you can do nearly everything with it lose of privacy humanoid robots: - professional service robots built to imitate human motion and interaction - makes life easier by fast access without keys or passwords - share self information faster no uniqueness, because everybody has the same amount of knowledge and memories objections: are we able to control them? dangerous? malfunctions? use for bad things? - expensive? NFC-chips: - a little capsule which is transplanted into the hand and can be programmed to open doors or be a business card objections: - may they start to control the world? objections: - every chip can only be programmed to work for one of the uses data on your chip can be stolen or passed to wrong people transplantation is painful

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FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES ANTONOMOUS CARS/TRANSPORT how do they work? - they use laser based radar systems which will kick in whenever an obstacle comes within 15 to 30 feet of the vehicle - the cars.brain- uses deep learning technology to review cameras and GPS data - it can calculate the probability of actions to be taken by other drivers synonyms: - driverless car self-driving car - robotic car PRO - reduces accidence because of no human errors like distraction, impaired driving or poor decision making - it could safe a lot of lives (the longer we wait the more people will die - faster reaction times - communication with other self-driving cars avoids accidence and reduces traffic jams (could safe about 40 hours a year for many people) - they have the potential to completely change our commutes you can use the time you are sitting in the car to work on the go, watch TV shows, check social or sleep - parking could be less of an inconvenience the car can drop you of and find a parking spot itself or circle the block until you come back - airplanes for example already fly in full antonomous mode and studies show that this is actually safer - crime rate decreases criminals won't be able to escape from the police chase in a...

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self-driving car because it could be tracked and stopped remotely it would be difficult to get their hands on an ordinary car in a world where nobody rides such cars anymore - it will be much cheaper to use a taxi for people in big cities than to have a own car in a city without traffic jams taxi waiting time will be about 38 seconds and the cost of a ride will also be lower - delivery will be much faster chalf of the normal time) - real estate area could increase in cities if nobody needs parking lots and garages anymore because there are just self-driving taxis and public transports - better ecology all cars would become electric over time - long-distance delivery gets better truck drivers won't need to spend days on the road - you may won't need a driving license in the future ever again CON: - accidence can still happen because of technology malfunctions or humans driving other cars who would be at fault if an accidence would happen? the car manufacturer or the car owner? - - is going to eliminate jobs it's predicted that millions of proffessional driving jobs will be wiped out (for example truck and taxi drivers) car insurance and auto repair could be effected as well the prices may come down after their release but they will still be More expensive than traditional cars - because of that car ownership may decrease in the future because people are opting to rent self-driving cars only when they need them they will be very expensive the hardware (cameras, sensors) and software makes it pricey owning a car might become obsolete you need to be ready to take over at any time - does it make sense to drive a self-driving car then? - you're still legally responsible if something happens to the car they need to make tough choices programmers need to programm these choices and favor or discriminate against a certain type of object to crash into - the car owner may need to suffer the negative consequences of this algorithm - it could think a person wants to cross the road-even if he doesn't want to-, stop and create an accidence difficulty of development it's a much bigger problem if a driverless car gets broken because even a minor malfunction could lead to a serious accidence when the product goes into mass production its quality may decline criminals could get into their systems and mess with different directions when the car circles the block because there is no parking spot, it gives off exhaust fumes until you call it back - constant surveillance the car will report to its company servers, your every movement will be seen CYBORGS, ROBOTS AND TRANSHUMANISM DEFINITIONS: robots: - machines that operate antonomously from human supervision - can be built for any use - meant to replace humans they are today used for manufacturing, by the military and by scientists - cyborgs: - short for "cybernetic organism" a being with natural, organic and mechanical body parts - has had their natural functions restored or enhanced EXAMPLES AND THEIR BENEFITS AND OBJECTIONS: bionic hand: - it's a myoelectric prothetic hand which is controlled by sensors placed all over your muscles benefits: - better quality of life more opportunities in jobs - more confidence in the ability to do things - a sense of artificial hand belonging to the body - robots in healthcare: they are assisting surgeries, desinfecting rooms, dispensing medication, keeping company and interacting with elderly benefits: - machines don't need food or sleep - they don't have prejudices they don't complain about their monotonous tasks - they take over human work - human staff has more energy to deal with issues Artificial Intelligence: it's intelligence shown by machines - can complete many tasks by now - there are potential risks of Al benefits: - be able to hear speech at anearly normal level - may be able to understand speech without lip reading easier to talk on the phone or hear TV or music - pick up on different types of sounds, including soft, medium and loud ones objections: expensive (average price 9240€) - body could reject prosthesis - difficulties in precise performing - prothesis is heavy 3D bioprinting: - it is a kind of 3D printing that uses organic cells as so-called bioinks to print living structures cochlear implant: - it's a small electronic device which is partly placed under the skin and can make deaf or hard-of-hearing people hear a sense of sound objections: - they could become a cheap replacement for staff they cannot replace human interaction objections: - nerve damage or hearing loss, tinnitus - dizziness or balance problems - leaks of the fluid around the brain - cannot fully restore hearing benefits: alternative to the transplantation of organs which reduces waiting times for the receiver - avoids the drug testing on animals objections: artificial heart valves: - When the heart is broken it doesn't open and close the valves properly, so you need a new valve benefits: - it stays for a lifetime - it saves life's neuralink: a chip that gets transplanted next to the brain to connect with the neurons of the brain and send signals by transforming impulses into bluetooth signals benefits: life gets easier and humanity develops further so Al can't overtake humanity - people can share memories, so learning process can be skipped and there is no inequality benefits: more free time - support for older people, young children, single parents androids: - Al controlled robots designed to assist us in jobs, at home and much more benefits: - help to advance research into robotics and human - robot interactions objections: you need to take blood thinning medication every day - you need to take blood tests - robotic actor comes with a library of impressions, greetings, songs and gestures - help wherever it's needed objections: - can be hacked benefits: - you can do nearly everything with it lose of privacy humanoid robots: - professional service robots built to imitate human motion and interaction - makes life easier by fast access without keys or passwords - share self information faster no uniqueness, because everybody has the same amount of knowledge and memories objections: are we able to control them? dangerous? malfunctions? use for bad things? - expensive? NFC-chips: - a little capsule which is transplanted into the hand and can be programmed to open doors or be a business card objections: - may they start to control the world? objections: - every chip can only be programmed to work for one of the uses data on your chip can be stolen or passed to wrong people transplantation is painful