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Borrowing not just its title but concept from Isaac Asimov's classic sci-fi Robot trilogy, this album explores many of the philosophies regarding artificial intelligence -- will it overtake man, what does it mean to be man, what responsibilities do mechanical beings have to their creators, and so on and so forth -- with enough knotty intelligence to make it a seminal text of late-'70s geeks, and while it is also true that appreciating I Robot does require a love of either sci-fi or art rock, it is also true that sci-fi art rock never came any better than this. Compare it to Jeff Wayne 's War of the Worlds, released just a year after this and demonstrating some clear influence from Parsons: Even when the vocal choirs pile up at the end of "Breakdown" or when the Project delves into some tight, glossy white funk on "The Voice," complete with punctuations from robotic voices and whining slide guitars, there isn't much sense of fun, but there is a sense of mystery and a sense of drama that can be very absorbing if you're prepared to give yourself over to it. The most fascinating thing about the album is that the music is restless, shifting from mood to mood within the course of a song, but unlike some art pop there is attention paid to hooks -- most notably, of course, on the hit "I Wouldn't Want to Be Like You," a tense, paranoid neo-disco rocker that was the APP 's breakthrough.
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Visitors of the ongoing International Defence Exhibition Idex in the Capital are amused by the robot greeter, Titan, that comes out every after an hour to greet them and welcome them to the region's largest defence exhibition. Wearing a military vest, the robot Titan, walks through the crowds as he introduces himself in both Arabic and English. How are you all visitors? The best thing to happen to me at Idex this year is being hired by the Safe City Group.
Not in the same vein as the feelingblessed brigade — no, this girl is actually a computer-generated AI bot, created by two American tech-heads and disguised as a highly filtered Insta star. Even so, experts predict 9million UK jobs will be wiped out by thanks to AI. Should we be scared?