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No RX Vermox, In today's podcast, Cathi Bond brings you, yes, a robot update (Like so many robot updates before).  This time, she looks at the RIBA, yet another robot that designers imagine can keep people in their homes and care for them in hospital.  Nora thinks it looks like a Mr. Sno Cone.  Watch the video here, Vermox ebay. Vermox overseas, In a freakier vein, Cathi chats about the Chembot, Vermox usa, 50mg Vermox, from the iRobot people (via IEEE Spectrum)  In spite of the creepiness of the 'jamming skin technology', Nora thinks about the power of robotics freeing itself from anthropomorphic design constraints, Vermox mexico. 10mg Vermox, Meanwhile, Nora Young wonders why Lego seems to be having a 'cultural moment'.  There's the adorable kitchen island, 750mg Vermox, Vermox australia, made from an IKEA island covered in Lego (via Core77), the forthcoming Lego Rock Band

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4 responses to “No RX Vermox

  1. I love robots. I wonder why picking up a person is what they emphasize. I'd see a lot more use for a robot that could go to the refrigerator for a bed-ridden person, or who could safely cook. I do not think being lugged around by a robot would be high on my list.

    I do like the idea that robots should not be human-shaped. Imagine an amoeba-like machine intelligence, able to constitute and re-constitute itself–hopefully without terminator-like qualities.

    I love Lego, but I worry that everyone else uses them to build robots that explore distant nebulae while I always just built simple ships or prefabricated-looking houses. The Lego rock band idea makes me think that Lego uses at a lower common denominator are reassuringly still in place.

  2. That Chembot is creepy. Am I the only one remembering the liquid-metal android from the second Terminator film?

  3. Ha! Cathi is obsessed with Terminator! I'm surprised she didn't mention it. I know what you mean. It is equal parts cool and creepy to me.

    Gurdonark, that's funny about the lower common denominator of Lego Rock Band, though given your music output

    I don't think you should be worried about low common denominators!

  4. I can only say TERMINATOR so many times. That's why I've started saying "Skynet" instead! And I'm dead serious about giving this AI all this help with taking us over as head species on the planet. The robots will win. We're too weak and lazy now.

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