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Kurzweil: Robots Will Surpass Humans by 2029

Kurzweil: Robots Will Surpass Humans by 2029

Futurist and AI developer Ray Kurzweil has predicted that robots/computers will surpass human intelligence in just 15 years. By the year 2029, computers will not only be able to do all the things that humans do, including learning from experience, and making jokes, but they'll also be capable of outsmarting us, Kurzweil warns in a new interview in The Observer.

Pictured (click to enlarge): The Japanese guide robot 'Sacchan,' which has 10 different animated faces.

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