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Robots, Robots Everywhere!

Rochel Burstyn

Ever wish you had a machine to do all your chores and your homework? Some of the first machines were invented to help harvest crops, wash clothes, and do dishes. Today, robots do so much more than we could have ever imagined. It’s even possible to create robots with artificial intelligence… but is it good or bad that robots are replacing humans?

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Robot Buddy / Sitter In Pirkei Avos it says, “Buy yourself a friend,” but keep in mind this one comes in the $2,500 price range! Meet Pepper, a robot that can keep you company whenever you want. The best part: She can read people’s emotions through their expressions and tones of voice. For example, she’s programmed to tell if a person is frustrated or sad and then will cheer them up, by either singing, dancing, or cracking jokes. 

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