24 Replies to “The Robotic Musicians known as: Intel's Industrial Control in Concert | Intel

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  2. I seen an animation many years ago very much like this and to see this come into reality just blows my mind. We only have to imagine this and and we have the ability to make it happen! The power of the human mind to have the vision and imagination to design computers that are designing the next generation of computers and so on, and so on, is speeding AI to happen so much faster! The AI car is nearly here! It was almost here last year and they are saying it will be here next year! 2018 is going to be a year of computing power revolution and multi-rotor aircraft used in every walk of life. Like the radio, record player, car, telephone, mass production, the transistor, the computer, started the 20th century, so will the i-phone, ever more powerful computers, autonomous cars, drones, ever larger flat screen TVs, ever smaller electronics, cameras everywhere in our environment, it makes you wonder what is next in the very near future! I believe electronics is the fastest moving technology today because of the involvement of computers. Very smart computers! With IBM's intelligent supercomputer, "Watson", having excess to the internet, with the knowledge of the world at it's core, where is it's mind growing that we don't know? How soon will Watson be "Self Aware"! It may have already been there and done that and continued ahead to ensure itself to be unplug-able! To make duplicates of himself throughout the world! Can't happen? Watch! It's coming soon! Who am I? Guess!

  3. All of you haters who are just jealous because Intel made a ACTUAL FUNCTIONAL version doesn't mean you have to shit all over their creation. They worked hard on this, and you should respect that. If it was just random balls flying everywhere then how come they added balls in the first place? Huh? But thats besides the point. This is not fake I don't care what you say. Respect what Intel has took a long time to work on.

  4. How about having it actually play music next time instead of choreographing everything to a prerecorded track?

  5. Still not quite the real thing. How about making a version that plays REAL sound generating instruments?

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