Kara : a PS3 new technology

Kara : a PS3 new technology

Quantic Dream, the development studio behind titles like Heavy Rain, has showcased the new technology, entitled ‘Kara’. Join us on Facebook : facebook.com “Kara” is not our next game. It’s not the character, it’s not the world, it’s not the story… . That’s a part of the DNA of the studio.” tells David Cage. So what is Kara ? As far as we know, it can look after house, do the cooking, mind the kids, organise your appointments, speak 300 langages, and remain entirely at your disposal as a sexual partner… Kara Trailer, by Quantic Dream / PS.
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25 Replies to “Kara : a PS3 new technology”

  1. No, you fucktard. Pay attention if you want to pretend to be intelligent. I said all of those are based on the REAL theory. The movies and shows are showing WHAT the glitch is.

  2. Actually, yes, but the show and the movie had to go beyond ONE theory. It branched from the thought. The question was WHY does it happen. That’s when they get deeper into detail, and deeper, and…well, you’re familiar with the excessive dialogue of the show.. It’s just a minor imperfection.

  3. but of course, there MUST BE a “rip off the panties” scene in there. Those japanese… 😉 Well beside that, they showed in six minutes a whole AI-story, where some movies need hours for. Good job!

  4. I’m talking to the only kid here. Well probably. I’d hope you are a kid. If you are an adult/teenager and act this way… well, good luck in life. And I can join in the conversation on a public comments section, especially when I realize who has the better point here. That would be Proletariat12. And considering you were unable to create any sort of response besides telling me to shut up, I’m guessing you were unable to respond to my comment because I had a valid point. ;P

  5. 4:31 “I’ve only just been born, you can’t just kill me. I want to live.” Honestly, sounds like what a baby would say if it would talk during an abortion. We’re disassembling our children because we don’t want them, or because they are defective. That’s what I think this is about.

  6. It’s less humanity vs machines to worry about than it is about the reactions of those who first meet them – from the moment they’re born, and on through their next moments – every new life needs the right childhood. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein’s Monster has evolved into something wonderful, terrifying, brave, even beautiful. Bicentennial Man, Isaac Asimov, Eve, EDI, – I’d want the one who thought and really could be alive. Thx 4 posting n.n

  7. He hasn’t do that. All the info presented from them are just as importants as everyone else coherent opinion (without insults) in here, and of course it’s not useless and a lot of educated people (of course you’re not in there) care about it and want to know/remind.

  8. No wonder why it is so easy today to confuse life with objects when so many today think of dead things as persons. Like when you get angry on your computer. It is very normal today to be angry at machines and stuff, and give it a personality. Like, when you shout to the dead thing “START WORKING or I SMASH YOU”, and then you kick it or something and expect it to work better. If lucky you kick so the cables connects again or it creates a spark that turns it on.

  9. For you uneducated that believe something like Skynet will ever occur in the real world, read this. Machines don’t have ambitions so they will never take control unless programmed to do so in specific areas. This is code not because of ambitions. A machine will never by it’s own will turn down on another machine or living being. Machines doesn’t have a will or ambition. It can be programmed in a way that let it update itself by adding more codes, solving and correcting errors. Not by experience.

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