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Comments on 'Peacebots' Protest Robot Conflict Event
Would male roboticists and female roboticists design differently, if they were encouraged to do so? (Read the complete story)

"How about Twiki, the pint-sized robot from the Buck Rogers TV show (it was campy but, well, campy, but consider Erin Gray). Voiced by Mel Blanc, he also carried a second and wiser robot, Dr. Theopolis, around his neck like Flavor Flav carries his clock.
In case you don't remember just how bad that show could get, view this. It does establish Twiki's 'make love not war' cred, though. Twiki is the silver colored one sitting with Buck.
(Bill Christensen 10/31/2007 10:32:07 AM)
"this may be a popular choice, but one of my favorite robots ever is Marvin, the Paranoid Android"
(BioHazard 11/1/2007 12:38:33 AM)
"I always liked Marvin the paranoid robot from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. And let's not forget Johnny Five, from the movie Short Circuit."
(Bill Christensen 11/1/2007 9:34:26 PM)
"Jhonny was the best."
(Sabre Runner 11/2/2007 2:48:17 AM)

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