A Robot Can't Write this Article -- Yet

A Robot Can't Write this Article -- Yet

November 1, 2017 | Roland Flamini, Washington Life

In the numerous high tech trade shows in the U.S. and elsewhere, the space that (after video games) draws most media and public attention is robotics. The robots on show are almost always painted a neutral white, and the emphasis is on cuteness as they chat with children and wizz around displaying inane skills like serving cocktails while blinking cheerfully at the public. 

There is however a more serious side to robots as their use grows exponentially, leaving science fiction behind and raising serious, nagging questions that remain largely unanswered. 

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