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Japanese Robot Plays Dumb And Learns To Clean A White Board, Patiently Waits To Kill Us All

Don’t be fooled by this robots small stature, its one deadly flesh and bone pounding android. Dr. Petar Kormushev, of the Italian Institute of Technology and Tokyo City University, programmed Fujitsu HOAP-2 aka mini humanoid, to clean a white-board. While this seems innocent now, it not long until cleaning white-boards turns into using humans as batteries. You heard it here first, just don’t tell them that.

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sjaakiejj4813d ago

Still quite a way to go before they start a revolution, this seems to be a rather limited implementation, remembering what it did before instead of using its sensors to "understand" what it did.

Techsmith4813d ago

That's how its starts,next thing you know their harvesting our body's for energy....

Techsmith4813d ago

It up to something devious :)

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Fujitsu Announces New Enterprise Scanner FI-8000

This is a very sleek looking unit., Fujitsu Computer Products of America, the leader in imaging solutions, today announced the Fujitsu fi-8000 series of enterprise scanners.

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Vaio Near Deal With Toshiba, Fujitsu to Form Japan PC Giant

Bloomberg: Vaio Corp., the personal computer maker spun off from Sony Corp. in 2014, is closing in on a three-way merger with rivals to create a producer that can dominate Japan and weather a shrinking global PC market.

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sonicwrecks2986d ago

MPCTips: Always submitting interesting stuff. Always submitting properly.

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Fujitsu announces world's fastest wireless speeds of 56Gbps

"Fujitsu has emailed HEXUS today to trumpet its achievement in developing hardware capable of the world's fastest wireless transmission speeds of 56Gbps. Working closely with Tokyo Institute of Technology, Fujitsu Laboratories developed a new CMOS wireless transceiver chip that can process signals at high speeds with little loss across a broad range of frequencies, from 72 to 100 gigahertz (GHz). The pair also modularised their wireless technology and tested it up to transmission speeds of 56Gbps."