Robotics may play an interesting role in our future

Speaking out about the fascination of robotics is what one U of L professor recently shared with the public. Neuroscience instructor Mathew Tata says their is going to be situations where robots are so much better at doing things, humans will eventually start using robots in their everyday lives.
He says it doesn’t mean that we’ll come fully dependant on robots, it just gives people time to do things they would rather do.

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Oki/Hello My name is Tawnya Plain Eagle, I am a Aboriginal student currently taking Digital Journalism at Lethbridge College. My goals as an Aboriginal journalist is give my people a voice, and act as a role model for younger generations in hopes we can have more Aboriginal people involved in media.