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Facebook for Robots? Why Not?
Facebook for Robots
RoboEarth’s mission for a Cloud-based database for robots
By Linda Rosencrance


Imagine a future with millions of robots worldwide making friends, keeping in contact with each other and sharing information together?

Maybe a robot-only petabyte or two of Wall photos, Timeline memories and special robot-to-robot chat. Information for aiding their owners, personal enrichment or advanced knowledge, like going to medical school.

Hey, it’s all coming, and sooner than we think. Such worldly-wise robots might also be perfect targets for an advertiser’s pitch: “Ten reasons why your owner should drive a Chevy.”

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Posted by Mario  on  06/26  at  03:41 PM

There is already a Facebook for robots

22/12/2011 Forbes: MyRobots.com Aims To Be ‘Facebook For Robots’
http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexknapp/2011/12/22/myrobots-com-aims-to-be-facebook-for-robots/

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