Artificial Intelligence


The Carcass

Authors: Bheemaiah, Anil Kumar

Abstract: The story of the carcass, a dead shell of an automobile discovered by future humanity in a desert-like Mojave, where they reconstruct a history of living metal bodies automobiles as the residents of this planet. We propose a method to bring to life this carcass with electric hub wheels and autopilot systems and consider the creation of Wall-E inspired LandBots, all for afforestation and many other task automation after the discovery of one living plant. Maybe Earth is habitable again? Keywords: LandBots, Wall-E, Humour, ELectric Wheels, Singularity#1, Taskoids

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[v1] 2019-08-15 19:31:18

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