Saturday, February 18, 2012

Robots and You -- Perfect Together

Advanced Robotic Dynamics "ARD" is the technology of the future. With inverse-feedback servo technology, the robot of the future can do anything a man can do and better.
There will be no need for wars over precious natural resources as Advanced robots maintain their own power supply and can regenerate new parts. And because Robots only exist at the behest of human beings, their only purpose is to serve Mankind making life better for billions around the globe and beyond.
Robots can be used in

  • Construction. 
  • Farming.
  • Education. 
  • Nuclear Technologies.
  • Home improvement.
  • International Peacekeeping.
  • And much much more.

Keep in mind that although you may have a robot assigned to you, each robot is operated by an Artificial Intelligence, or "A.I." which communicates with the robot using subspace frequency-shifted communication. This communication is completely silent to the organic listener, but occurs constantly to ensure normal operations and codes of conduct.
These forms of communication cannot affect human targets. There have been no verified reports of increased psychic abilities, psychokinesis, telekinesis, or the ability to move objects or control others with organic minds. These aren't your grandmother's robots, no sir!
Should you or anyone you come in contact with exhibit signs of sub space radio frequency interference, contact a member of Joint Command immediately for physiological and psychological evaluation and cleanup.
Be advised that depending on the make and model number of any given robot there may be certain features in their makeup which predispose them to antisocial behavior. It is best to avoid these robots or to limit the time you are in contact with them.
Have caution around robots. Remember, they have a job to do and you don't! Robots are doing everything in their power to help humanity. Let's make their jobs easier!
Only trained professionals should try to give any instructions or orders to a robot.

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