Well, here's something you might want to prepare yourself for. By the time wedding bells are ringing your new son- or daughter-in-law could very well be a robot. That's what Dr. David Levy believes, at least. You might recognize Levy's name, either because of his chess-playing prowess or his decades-long involvement with artificial intelligence research. Levy, who happens to be a very good friend of computing pioneer Clive Sinclair, says that humans and robots will be tying the knot "before, not after, the year 2050."
Dec-22-2016, 21:20:18 GMT