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that ending was just great! I wonder whether the guy asking will actually fall for it and waste their entire life trying to be like Tony Stark. Obviously the best way to become anywhere near Tony Stark would be creating a very powerful yet small battery. Design the suit yourself but outsource the construction of the suit to either China or robots. Either way would be cheaper and quicker to making yourself. Most people reading this will most likely be concerned about my sanity but I just saw these today so yeah: Kickstarter.com Kickstarter.com second one is as close to a consumer version of JAVIS as possible!! Although I did see a similar system developed by a nerd but it wasn't as easy to set up as ivee. Also nano based batteries could be more possible than what they seem like. Youtube.com I think Dr. Michio Kaku talks about batteries in the third video although I could be wrong and it might be in the first or second part.
i saw the cortana hologram and renewed my hopes for a personal AI
Also I recently saw another awesome AI that was attempted but failed due to lack of funding:( check TechRHelp's YouTube channel. He made a VERY impressive AI. And I found him by reading through star citizen threads:) yeah I'm way to hyped about that game since it will be one of the PC exclusives we will be using to convert console players to PC elites:P on a more serious note that game looks awesome and has a ton of awesome features!
Here's what Youtube.com said about ivee "Ivee isn't a true AI. It's just a voice activation kit. You must link it to your smart house, and tell it what to do. Like you can say do "x", it does it, then it says "y". BTW I call that keystone actions, because you must say something in an exact way for it to work." Basically his AI would actually learn (Quake 3 AI style, where they made peace with each other just to survive) instead of just working like Siri.
Curios about the Quake AI incident? Linustechtips.com
ElfFriend, where do you find all of this cool stuff!
I find it by not living under a rock duh:P nah just kidding I find it because I don't do anything other than sit in front of my computer from 11am-2am during that time I just check a set of standard websites daily: Linustechtips.com Moddb.com robertsspaceindustries.com/, Youtube.com Memoryexpress.com Moddb.com Moddb.com and sometimes I check other website like Kickstarter.com skyrim.nexusmods.com/, Pcper.com teksyndicate.com/ but these get checked once every 2-3 days or when I remember them. And since I have accounts on all or most of those sites I often have the sites give me stuff I like so I always see a cool video on youtube or I find a news article on Linustechtips that's really cool. or I happen to be reading and posting in a forum when I stumble upon a person that claims to create a way to control a ship in star citizen with your voice if the devs don't create that feature. he later mentioned how he made it in EVE online already so I check his channel and find all the awesomeness he was working on. so in a way these things find me:)
TL:DR I don't find this cool stuff it finds me:D
Psh, I'd rather make a Nanosuit.
Me too Prophet. Although the problem of it is that it hurts like hell when you try to get it off. (Just ask your friend Phyco)
Reminded me of the Tupac, Snoop Dogg concert that was in Coachella.
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