Detroit Symphony Conductron

In a landmark event for all robot-kind, the Detroit symphony orchestra will be conducted by a soulless, artificial man-bot, powered in part by the dreams of various foppish, 17th century classical composers.  This will be the first time in history that a robot will tell people what to do, as opposed to the other way around (although technically, it’s also programmed by people).  Kind of an empty gesture to me, but to the Japanese, probably one so full of metaphorical weight and majesty that I refuse to get into right now.



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Posted: April 25th, 2008
at 12:26pm by Bertr0n

Categories: philosophy,Pro Audio,r0b0t ninja

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    26 Apr 08 at 9:40 pm


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    24 Jun 08 at 1:29 pm



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