Karel Capek was one of the great writers of inter-war Czechoslovakia. His play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) coined the term to describe human-like androids that perform mundane, repetitive labor.
There are quite a few ideas in respect of the future. The ideas usually vary. However, all futurologists agree that robots are destined to play an increasingly big role in doing a wide range of jobs. There is no...
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"Noelle's given birth in Afghanistan, California and dozens of points in between. She's a lifelike, pregnant robot used in increasing numbers of medical schools and hospital maternity wards. The full-sized,...
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"She's known to millions as a sharp-witted, bestselling author. Now Margaret Atwood is set to don a new hat with the release this weekend of what's believed to be the world's first long-distance signing device."
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An evening of performance, music, video & installations on that pulsating old vessel:
the frying pan
Pier 63 North River, NYC
(12th Ave, between 22nd & 23rd - see map)
Wednesday, May 25
Doors 8pm, Show 9pm
$5 suggested donation
come early for installations, stay...