by Jack Santos | January 13, 2017 | Comments Off on Robots, Drones, AI, oh my!
Sorry for the long blog hiatus. I’ll try to step it up a bit. Working on my annual healthcare data breach blog entry, I couldn’t help but reminisce about robots.
Yes…reminisce. Remember the office delivery robot from the ’70s??? Looked something like this:
Well in the 2010s they are morphing to this, but with greater range:
This wsj article captured it.
Well, Ted Wickstrom, you out there? It was Ted and I and our merry band of pranksters that stole a can of spray UV paint, and in the middle of the night rerouted the robot, so that its route ended in the…elevator. There it spent the rest of the day riding between floors.
Amazon announces 100,000 new full time jobs they’ll be creating. Maybe they know something about robots we found out in the 1970s.
Can’t wait to see what the pranksters do with these ….
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