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does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in the
    #11003053 - 09/05/09 07:54 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: OverdoseLiving]
    #11003064 - 09/05/09 07:59 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: Doc_T]
    #11003090 - 09/05/09 08:11 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Who is that girl BTW?


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in the [Re: OverdoseLiving]
    #11003103 - 09/05/09 08:17 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

There will be really high performance criminal robots first.

Mark my words.


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: Baby_Hitler]
    #11003114 - 09/05/09 08:26 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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There will be really high performance criminal robots first.

Mark my words.




I'd count botnets as the first step on that road.


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: Doc_T]
    #11004209 - 09/05/09 02:58 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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Doc_T said:
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Baby_Hitler said:
There will be really high performance criminal robots first.

Mark my words.




I'd count botnets as the first step on that road.




yeah. developing the hardware is going to be the easy part...it's breaking the sentient AI barrier that is going to be a real bitch (or so it seems at this time).


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: JT]
    #11004623 - 09/05/09 04:34 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

awww but robots wont let you off with a warning, maybe they cant smell marijuana smoke


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: JT]
    #11005047 - 09/05/09 06:03 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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Doc_T said:
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Baby_Hitler said:
There will be really high performance criminal robots first.

Mark my words.




I'd count botnets as the first step on that road.




yeah. developing the hardware is going to be the easy part...it's breaking the sentient AI barrier that is going to be a real bitch (or so it seems at this time).





the crooks have always been quite a few steps ahead of the cops and
no doubt always will be the thinking of a cop dose not lend itself to froward thinking
(read before the fact thinking)
we have gotten closer to true sentient AI with our computers
like monkeys have gotten closer to being on the moon by climbing trees


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: arainbow]
    #11005163 - 09/05/09 06:32 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

to traffic cameras count?


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: arainbow]
    #11005204 - 09/05/09 06:42 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

those license plate covers that are meant to keep ladar from working also keeps those cameras from reading the plate

would computer viruses count as robotic crooks ?
some times all  crook needs is a virus on your computer to steal your ID


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: arainbow]
    #11005332 - 09/05/09 07:21 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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the crooks have always been quite a few steps ahead of the cops and
no doubt always will be the thinking of a cop dose not lend itself to froward thinking




I tend to agree with this, most police work/technology seems like it has been developed to compensate for criminal technology.  This is not always the case, I am sure, though.  Someone mentioned traffic cam's and license plate blockers, and it's obvious what order those came in.

I think the real question is what a "robot" police officer could offer that a human one could not.  Assuming we can create advanced AI, a robot might be able to take some "human error" out of police work, but I think many of the decisions made by police officers can probably only be made by humans.  If the AI is advanced enough for that, then another advantage (and probably the biggest one) would be that a "robot" cop could obviously out perform it's human counterpart.

I think as robotics, computer science, and AI become more and more advanced, we might start seeing some "robots" or AI built into a cruisers computer, and maybe more search-and-capture robots that help the human police.  I don't foresee squads of robots policing the human public, but if we can make ultra intelligent police robots, then we will also (presumably) be able to make ultra intelligent robots for thousands of other things, and we might need police robots to police the robots :smirk:


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: arainbow]
    #11005730 - 09/05/09 09:27 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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those license plate covers that are meant to keep ladar from working also keeps those cameras from reading the plate



MythBusters blew that out of the water. Check out the episode, you'll agree.


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: Doc_T]
    #11005745 - 09/05/09 09:33 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Mythbusters showed that it doesn't work with the new top-of-the-line speed trap.  My problem with that episode is that I don't think most speed cams are nearly as good as the one they were using.


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in the [Re: OverdoseLiving]
    #11008233 - 09/06/09 09:42 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

I doubt we'll see police bots with strong AI in our lifetime (scientists, prove me wrong please!). But I can imagine fleets of small semi-autonomous airborne patrol drones which detect suspicious behavior and relay video back to human operators, who could use them to track suspects and maybe even deploy tazers or netting or something to assist in apprehension. The military is already using similar technology so it seems inevitable it will trickle down eventually.


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in the [Re: Ythan]
    #11008360 - 09/06/09 10:54 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

not till the wars over those camera planes are over seas


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: Ythan]
    #11012907 - 09/07/09 04:21 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

We could build robots to sniff out drunk drivers and pluck them out of traffic, lifting the car to a tow yard.  That would be cool!!!


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: cortex]
    #11016543 - 09/07/09 09:15 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

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the crooks have always been quite a few steps ahead of the cops and
no doubt always will be the thinking of a cop dose not lend itself to froward thinking




I tend to agree with this, most police work/technology seems like it has been developed to compensate for criminal technology.  This is not always the case, I am sure, though.  Someone mentioned traffic cam's and license plate blockers, and it's obvious what order those came in.

I think the real question is what a "robot" police officer could offer that a human one could not.  Assuming we can create advanced AI, a robot might be able to take some "human error" out of police work, but I think many of the decisions made by police officers can probably only be made by humans.  If the AI is advanced enough for that, then another advantage (and probably the biggest one) would be that a "robot" cop could obviously out perform it's human counterpart.

I think as robotics, computer science, and AI become more and more advanced, we might start seeing some "robots" or AI built into a cruisers computer, and maybe more search-and-capture robots that help the human police.  I don't foresee squads of robots policing the human public, but if we can make ultra intelligent police robots, then we will also (presumably) be able to make ultra intelligent robots for thousands of other things, and we might need police robots to police the robots :smirk:



the plate covers are polarized 90deg away from the ladars polarization they were out 5 years before traffic cams were deployed to enforce laws
for the most part science is clue less about how intelligence works
and are light years away from general purpose intelligence (common sense natural language you still use a key board )


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: arainbow]
    #11016911 - 09/07/09 10:15 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

I think it's very possible already to make a drug dealing robot that just sits against a wall and looks human from a police cruiser enough to possible be profitable. But a robbing robot would not have to look human just be armed to the teeth and be remotely controlled.

I had this idea in like 2002 - 2003


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in [Re: OverdoseLiving]
    #11029053 - 09/09/09 08:06 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

As far as robots go, they are always limited by their application. Lets just hope that police robots will take a long while to show their face, drugs are way too fun.


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Re: does anyone else think there is a chance there will be really high performance police robots in the [Re: OverdoseLiving]
    #11077169 - 09/17/09 04:30 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

Yes, there will be robots. AI, over my head. I do know bots need sensors. Laser, Ultrasonic, IR Illumination, Radar, Heat Tracking, etc

We will just one up the bots. For instance IR illuminators placed in a hat will emit no visual light but blind most security cameras. In bosnia we couldnt hit a microwave installation for shit. They would have ten microvaves laid out in a field, doors open, safety shorted, any reports of planes in the area, switch off your radar, turn on your microwave ovens, wait for explosion, turn on radar, shoot down plane.

I for one, welcome our new robot overlords. Free parts to Re-make.

ie, blind this camera with a laser, you dont get shot...


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