Galaxy S4 powered LEGO robot smashes the Rubik's Cube world record |

edited March 2014 in Site discussion

imageGalaxy S4 powered LEGO robot smashes the Rubik's Cube world record |

A pair of English engineers have managed to combine two of our favourite childhood toys by creating the, Rubik’s Cube solving, world record-breaking, Cubestormer 3 robot out of LEGO Mindstorm sets.

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  • So, step by step, if machines take over all human activity, including art and science, what will happen to the organic body and its conditioned-to-work-and-think brain? Surely, will it decay? Is mankind-machines coexistence possible while people are fighting for jobs and resources: competition, nations, and so on? Anyway, beyond solving rubik's cube and playing chess, what is the endeavour in which a robot cannot take part or channel at all suscesfully? Why won't the future automatons be alive? What is the fundamental difference between a mechanical structure, organic or inorganic, that imitates life and life itself? Is there any, virtual or real? If it said that there is a difference, is it just some kind of authority who is defining and differentiati g? Perhaps then, someday, will be a powerful automaton the one who will define life, its unique life, truth itself? That is, where does life begin and end? Therefore, where does death too? Along these lines, there is a peculiar book, a preview in Just another suggestion, in order to free-think for a while
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