Robots are no longer science fiction. Today, they help build products; they even explore Mars. Robots have assisted human beings now for decades. Someday they'll be part of our daily life.
The human brain contains tens of billions of neurons, all networked with one another by synapses. It transmits millions of signals every day, like some giant computer processor - the most powerful one in existence.
The further we get from Earth, the more space probes and robots will have to think for themselves. But developing autonomous robots is hard without artificial intelligence.
Launched on January 24, 1984, the Macintosh changed consumers' relationship with computers forever by rendering them sleek and practical. Meanwhile, songwriters have been both enchanted and repelled by computation.
Robots are no longer science fiction. Today, they help build products; they even explore Mars.
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