Shut Up and Do Your Work!

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2013-06-17 – George Will once said “Football combines the two worst things about America: it is violence punctuated by committee meetings.” Science is now looking into the problem of committee meetings in robots.

It seems that the future of robots may lie in teams of robots that cooperate in completing whatever task is assigned to them. Part of cooperation requires that the robots be able to communicate with one another. Scientists have discovered, however, that it is not efficient for the robots to spend all their time in meetings. Algorithms are being developed to prevent this. For example, one algorithm tells a robot to shut up and do its work.

Next, science will tackle the problem of violence in drones. One early hypothesis is that drones will be less violence prone if they are assign to attend committee meetings.

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3 responses to “Shut Up and Do Your Work!

  1. Hi Tahmid! What a great set of names to help you!I just want to clarify Tahmid if you can’t say aniynthg nice then don’t say aniynthg at all that’s the advice and not don’t bother talking’. I want you to be loud and proud and choose all of your words carefully. And Mr Hall Bankside is a very special place and Tahmid, I’m so pleased you’re part of the Bankside Best team!Mr Florey

  2. Since the rate books become a matetr of public record once they are filed in the state, they do like their competition does and gets a copy.All they are doing is using the tables they provide to guess what your coverage might be. They may use a worst case scenario or a best case.The formula’s are not really as complex as you might think.

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