last updated November 21st,
and is permanently morphing...
(12 Eb (Skull) - 10 Ceh (Red) - 18.104.22.168.12)
the director of the Mobile
Robot Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh
book was used as a source for Stanley
Kubrick on his project _A.I._
(never completed). He consulted Hans Moravec extensively.
A study of _True
Names_, Vernor Vinge's critically acclaimed novella that invented the
concept of cyberspace, features that complete text of the novella, as well
as articles by Richard Stallman, John Markoff, Hans Moravec, Patricia Maes,
Timothy May, and other cyberspace pioneers.
"we're not really biological
creatures anymore... most of what we pass on to our children is culture, libraries."
"Don't worry, you'll learn
to like robots. They'll be nicer than human beings."
Hans Moravec's new book, "Robot: Mere Machine
to Transcendent Mind" [Oxford University Press; 227 pp, . ISBN 0-19-511630-5]
"Back on planet earth, technology will arrive at
the point where we can dispense with our bodies so that we can have our
brains placed in a vat that will electronically stimulate them ad infinitum."