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It has begun.
What an interesting headline after I finished watching the Netflix series, Pluto
The description of his death literally sounds like it’s from Final Destination lol – it malfunctioned, picked him up, and then pressed him to death against the conveyor belt line.
“Dammit, give me the HEAD of the engineer who was in charge of the Box-Human Differentiation Loop!”
After being in a largely automated warehouse, this is one of my biggest fears.
>A robotics company employee in his 40s was crushed to death by a robot in South Korea after it mistook him for a box of vegetables.
>Tragically, the robotic arm grabbed the man and pushed him against a conveyor belt, resulting in fatal injuries.
…Are they crushing their vegetables?
Even in death, he shall serve the omnissiah
“A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm, inasmuch as the robot is able to discern who is a human and what constitutes harm to humans.”
The sad part is that I wouldn’t be surprised if they don’t change anything and just say its an acceptable risk they are willing to live with for efficiency
Remember, kids. Don’t be a square!
How is no one gonna talk about how this is exactly what happened on South Park?
This isn’t really onion-y at all. Industrial robot arms are scary dangerous.
`Box detected. Box is not within acceptable box dimensions. Reshaping initiated. Box reshaped. Box is now within acceptable box dimensions. Some leakage occurred during reshaping.`