Humans Becoming Robots, Robots Becoming HumanHumans Becoming Robots, Robots Becoming Human by techgnotic
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On March 1, 2012 the Nevada DMV issued the first license for a Google Driverless Car. The idea behind this innovation is that one day soon new technology will drive cars safer and more skillfully than humans, thus saving lives and billions of dollars in car crashes. How well this idea catches on is a bit questionable, given the powerful “romance” of driving one’s car, but it’s certainly an indicator of things to come in the daily intersection of human and artificial intelligence and mobility. There have always been those who have dreamed of stepping into a mechanical exo-skeletal-type “suit” and letting the engineering do the work, insta
My plan is to make at least one or two drawings (a bit more refined than what you see above) every month this year, each one based on a different idea, and submit them to my Tumblr blog. At the same time, I’m also (slowly) working on a big, detailed Illustrator drawing, of which I’ll occasionally post work-in-progress shots exclusive to said Tumblr blog. This illustration may also be accompanied by two other special illustrations, one of which would commemorate the Arancia Project’s 5th anniversary. Finally, once I’m done with all my Arancia drawings over on Tumblr, I’ll compile them all (or at least the more popular ones) into one big submission both here and on pixiv.
Well, I think I’ve done enough talking about this for now, so on to my first proper Arancia doodle…