I'm not expecting household-usable robot products before 2010. Floor
cleaners will mostl likely come first, will be just a box on wheels,
and they will be considerably cheaper than a car.
Franklin Wayne Poley writes:
> Honda alone has spent $100 m. to develop its humanoid series so I think
100 megabucks is a drop in the sea when it comes to developing robust
> Japan is poised to put automobile-priced humanoid robots on the mass
> market. How do you think this will change human society when we are
Japan has pioneered some remarkably audacious and unremarkably failing
projects in the past.
> interacting on a daily basis with a class of humanoid mechanical slaves?
> It is going to happen soon.
Yes, so what.
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