Loving the Machine (The Art and Science of Japanese Robots)
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Loving the Machine (The Art and Science of Japanese Robots)

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While the US sponsors robot-on-robot destruction contests, Japan's feature tasks that mimic non-violent human activities. Why is this? What accounts for Japan's unique relationship with robots as potential colleagues in life, rather than potential adversaries? This book answers this query by looking at Japan's historical connections with robots., Japan stands out for its long love affair with robots, a phenomenon that is creating what will likely be the world's first mass robot culture. While US companies have created robot vacuum cleaners and war machines, Japan has created humanoids and pet robots as entertaining friends. While the US makes movies like "Robocop" and "The Terminator", Japan is responsible for the friendly Astroboy, Aimo and Asimo. While the US sponsors robot-on-robot destruction contests, Japan's feature tasks that mimic non-violent human activities. Why is this? What can account for Japan's unique relationship with robots as potential colleagues in life, rather than potential adversaries? This book attempts to answer this fundamental query by looking at Japan's historical connections with robots, its present obsessions with humaniods and its leading technologies that are reaching new frontiers., TIMOTHY N. HORNYAK moved to Japan in 1999 after working as a freelance science and technology journalist in Montreal. He worked at the international desk of Kyodo News in Tokyo, and has written about Japanese culture, technology and history for Scientific American, the Far Eastern Economic Review and other publications.

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