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RoboNet, a safe, creative and helpful network

a startup idea shared by Ted Hive on 05/28/2015

RoboNet is a safe, creative and helpful international network of robots, where: + Robots can communicate together to share information, knowledge, opinion, software and physical resources. Robots can work together to serve human being better with limited resources. + Robots can find new solutions for their problems, so they can serve human being better. + Robots are restricted not to do anything that can harm human and their future. RoboNet includes following components: + Robots: machines with internet connection and software for communicating to RoboNet + Jarvis sites: Work as bridges among robots. They work similar to Google and Facebook where robots can search information and exchange information. + Stark sites: Work as robot owner sites where owners can upload software, decide which software, information, physical resources, etc will be shared. *** Reference: http://robonet.craftife.com/pub/paper-1/ ***

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