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MIT and Audi developing friendly robotic co-driver The small dashboard robot that allows AIDA to communicate with the driver Image Gallery (8 images) Vehicles are slowly but surely heading towards a future where the driver is almost irrelevant.
Based on a talk from Virtual Futures 2.0'11 Kevin Warwick, Professor of Cybernetics at the University of Reading, spoke recently at Virtual Futures 2.0'11 about his work in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence and biomedical engineering. In his talk, he offered a real insite into the pioneering work being done and the potential for huge advancements in the future. In the past twenty years Professor Kevin Warwick of the University of Reading has gone one step further than surmising. His pioneering research into robots with biological brains and enhancing human physiological functioning with electronic devices has brought the science fiction future into the present. Kevin Warwick - The Cyborg Experiments
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Kevin Warwick Kevin Warwick (born 9 February 1954) is a British scientist and professor of cybernetics at the University of Reading in the United Kingdom. He is known for his studies on direct interfaces between computer systems and the human nervous system, and has also done research in the field of robotics. Biography Kevin Warwick was born in 1954 in Coventry in the United Kingdom. He attended Lawrence Sheriff School in Rugby, Warwickshire.
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Windows XP Post SP3 High-Priority Updates (x86) This list is designed for use with nLite, but can be used for other purposes. Add them to the Hotfix, Add-ons and Update Packs section of nLite. These are the high-priority updates that install or appear on a stock, fresh install of Windows XP SP3 when visiting Windows Update. I recommend maintaining a folder with all the current updates/add-ons on your computer so you can easily make an up-to-date CD. There are new updates at least once a month.