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not these for sports heroes, actually it was a weapon, the face, but now we just have to fight their mobilizing superpowers. i'm fired up and ready. how down doing? walk down the rocky, go to tokyo, starts july 19th, dw the time now for 13 minutes of arts and culture coming up, the oscar winning musician composer john bad teeth talks about black lives matter and how he help inspire picks. our 1st black leading character is, this is me, i was, i was in here. it was a very and also coming up at the london textile designer tricia guild started her business small, now half
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a century later. she's an icon of colorful living that's coming up. but 1st, we're off to venice, where architects from around the world come together every 2 years to dream up the future of architecture. and this is architecture be an i'll a really is about the challenges of the future and a world of turmoil, climate change, and pandemic, se, ah, dennis architecture be asked, how will we live together ah, to the question poor did from participating countries, including from africa, america, and asia ah, before the leaves used to be about western europe coming together to show off what is new and then the rest of the world will come and copy or follow or be influenced over the past few be analysis, this has changed. it's the valley bringing all the whole world examples and ideas
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and innovations from the rest of the world and putting them in front of western europe and america to look like this. design. phoning from the philippines called structures mutual support. the core of the project is not the construction itself, but the collaborative way was created and how we live to get it. also that a lot about how we build together, how we create something together. this product is made through a tradition that's called by an am in the philippines and we called the london. all right. and these are forms of mutual support that exists in most countries around the world. the physician is important because their way of coping in every day. there's a way of coping in the face of natural disasters or post calamities. and there is no way to architect alexander ericsson. and his filipino colleague us can come together with the local community here in the north of the philippines to build
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a much needed public library. ah, the community has been knowledgeable about living in the beliefs where they are from and the context where the, where they're living, they're sharing that to us and we are sharing our knowledge with them. so together at the end of the day, we are working as one in the construction work 22 months in the results can only be seen at the finished architecture be in concert molly was embodied all of these ideas that people who find in a beautiful space in a space which is the bright light when ventilated and variable. so all of these terms are captured by the 3rd value on the side of the building. have to incorporate that into every decision. so the story is rate. the doors are firmly above the roof is at the slope so that you can also bring the air to the building. the became a guiding principle,
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all the da signed decisions made. so that's what i'm really proud to be in the library to be returned to the philippines, to the people the giving back sharing joy during tough times. that's what it's all about. for us musician john battista, despite the pandemic, petite has been on a serious role. and he's put out his 8th studio album, been nominated for 2 grammys. he even won an academy award for co composing the soundtrack to sol, pixar, his 1st movie featuring a black lead character. but he has also taken his music to the streets, leading black lives matter protests against police brutality. i mean, to communicate on the claim, anti, in some 2020 john batista took to the streets. movie is
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a way for people to connect without having split 2nd, lay of understanding language and lex in facial gestures is even more because of the task in all of you. you don't have to have any sort of intellectual engagement with it at all or you can have a lot of it. it gives you a feeling. you don't have a choice in how you interpret it. and that was powerful, not much else in the world. thousands, he did his musical call to action, but chief march with the black lives matter movement through the city, he lives in the i think new york city is such a political hotspot. that whatever's happening in politics impacts the move in the toner. the city in the last 4 years with the pandemic in the protest,
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and all of the political divisions. so i think he has shifted. we're constantly in the space between struggle and compromise. wants them upside down. we don't want it to be an easy thing. as with beautiful about, even though it's never quite beautiful of the coffins, jombateeste turns the world on its head in the video for i need you. he brings pictures in a gallery turn life the the brain. i will go to our face and visit all of the other plan,
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just to see if there was life out there. i will probably play some mega danced in the see if they got a group. jombateeste grew up in a family of musicians in louisiana. he learned to 12 instruments, while his big sister was still making mix tapes, he was burning his favorite songs on to cds. ah, eddie murphy, to beverly hills cop actual f d. i used to play that one by ill and a piano blue foam. be anything new for me in that? yeah, that was for the soundtrack songs to the pixar movie. so he sat down at the piano. the filmmakers were so excited about his performance. they animated him for the
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film ah, by t divided inspiration for the development of the main character. i was like, this is, this is me. i was, i was in tears. it was a very special experience because that's immortalized for all time. the soundtrack won him an oscar and a golden grows. john by teeth has arrived. what's next? for the 1st, the 4 year old the man moves will sing him. ah marie curie
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it artistic expression isn't just be boxing, it's not just the music we listen to. it's also in the designs we surround ourselves with, and they're constantly changing with new trends every season. but for british designer and business woman tricia guild, the secret to success has been largely ignoring the trends. 51 years ago, she found the lifestyle brand designers guild. she started off small importing and reinterpreting fabrics from india. now she sells fabrics, wallpaper, and furniture and countries around the world. a color frenzy. tricia guild boldly combined patterns, colors and materials creating brightly colored rooms that break with all
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conventions. the british artist has a flare for the right combination. ok, look at that. to me, it's just in my heart how i use color. if you want to see my passion for color, it's all over here. fabrics, accessories, wallpaper furniture. tricia yields collections have made her a european design icon from the design to the production. every step of the process is equally important to her. patricia gills wants not only to create beautiful products for world of colors, should be more than just decoration. when i 1st started this word, lifestyle didn't exist. i think it's really important to show people different ideas of how they can live so that we kind of an interactions. and that is what creating lifestyle is all about. it's about creating a space that people will enjoy to be with him. in 1970 guild
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established the company designers guild, in a small store on king's road london. today the company is known worldwide. so this is where we started and i had 30 fabrics and now 6000 fabrics. i want to show people that you could live with color and i'm constantly learning. i'm constantly trying to something new. and that's what i've always wanted to do. i suppose i like a risky life. the tricia guild always swims against the current. she made floral wallpapers, socially acceptable when minimalism was in fashion. she likes to spend time in places that provide inspiration for her work. you've got to look at. i think that's what's important to me because i live enough to keep looking around and not ignoring my surroundings wherever that is designed or
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tries to reinvent herself with every collections. repeating recipes for success is part of the question for her and trends. she just ignored them. i have a lot of information about what people are liking, but you cannot design a collection like that. you have for me, i have to design it because i feel that it's the right thing. to me, it's all the same thing. you know, a lifestyle, the space, how it looks, how it functions, how we eat, how the world is going to survive. to me, it's all part of the same thing. she continues to draw inspiration from all over the world to make living spaces more colorful and lively patricia guild the ground dumb of design. the
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news for more stories about design, music, and architecture, find us on facebook and twitter at d. w culture south for me and the whole crew here in berlin. it's been great having you with us next time for more arts and culture. the idea is, is one way to bring you more conservation. how do we make students greener? how can we protect habits? we can make a difference global ideas, environmental theories, in 2000 on p. w, and online president george w bush invited us through the summer home. we talked about the path and the special relationship to chancellor. i'm going to go is not afraid to make a decision,
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was not afraid to leave the kind person with a lovely soul and that's the person i got to know needs clues, the interview with george w bush july 14th at 1530 tc on the w me doing the dishes, folding laundry and pecking lunchbox, scientist, i exploring the different ways in which robots could help us feel exactly could roberts shape our everyday lives. our topic on shift today. the in japan, producers around 50 percent of the was robots. no one that is called the robot nation. that's even an official government scheme that focuses on a new industrial revolution through robotics. but robots are commonplace in many
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other areas too. in japan, where nearly 30 percent of the population is 65 or older robots and more important for personal use. he is hiroshi is girl a world leading robot assist on why and you find that we need to have a more all watch that can help. all right. i believe they can have to deal with that kind of a lot. so it can human symbiotic for the future. symbiotic robots of sounds a little to science fiction need to me, still, many tech companies claim that their robots can really make a difference in house work. this is still far ahead in the future, even in japan. at the moment, most robots take care of one specific chore and leave the rest to humans like me. it is the japanese thought of however, working on a robot which they claim will take care of all the housework. but let's catch introducing you go all around, talent and future household superstar you go can grid is height,
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adjustable enrolled on wheels. the startup near robots, promot, you go as a more discrete and cheaper alternative to a human cleaner. we're pretty uncommon in japan. at the moment, you go still appears to be quite slow and clumsy. but in the future, this new robot butler is supposed to be able to take on any household chore imaginable. critical illness, you're going to take it that i would like to let robo time to toss and routine to us so that people can be more creative. they've off on all, for example, in the robot. does the house work for making this time to our family fun or we have more time for us also that you can use this is how we want to improve the quality of life for people in japan. so obviously you go equipped with a total of $22.00 sensors and 3 cameras to assist and navigating space and recognizing objects. despite being equipped with an ai system,
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you go is still incapable of doing chores properly on its own. so a staff member has to operate by remote control. a controller synchronizes the robots movements with those of the human operator. you go is still a long way off from working autonomy flight. so you go is operated by someone i don't know from a remote place. what do they see? and as the camera ever get turned off, what happens to my data who protects my privacy mirror body, same that operators only see blurry images. so do robert have to guess what they're cleaning to someone like me? that's not very convincing. i can be a bit of a neat freak. so you're that is also working on autonomy roberts to help manage house work. but there's one issue that is difficult to solve. the robot has to know how much pressure the sponge needs to apply on 2 different surfaces to properly clean them. with an expensive flat screen tv, the machine should be very careful, and humans and robbers work together. security becomes important. this robot
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is already working with humans in japan and europe. next age is a humanoid robot, developed to collaborate with human colleagues. companies like run and a lot of robotics are leading the race and developing collaborative robots. these new colleagues have one important advantage over people. their work is precise and they never get tired. really, we have to make various would have to be improvement for that we japanese that use in the scene robot. to do this. we're not still know that robotics trade fairs, mike rex and tokyo show what the future workplace could look like in japan. robot production had long been a key industry around 130 companies make robots here. in the past,
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these trade bears were opportunities for companies to show off big, robust, used in industrial production. now there's a trend towards service and partner robust take, you know, for, we also know or got a recently the government's focus has shifted from making new robots teasing them sensibly and society. so what, okay, have you gotten already more up that h a hacker chuck, i need to talk i discarded you and i think we need to think of robots as tools or partner. so to reach our goal of doing a better society, where people can feel good and helping them all or more, you can go to get it for you. and i thought you stuck with you could still use when you know that pizza, big vision with a long way to go. there are still many technicalities that need to be addressed, particularly because collaborative robots are often a security risk for their human colleagues. since robot can't estimate their own
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strength, next age operates in battery, saving the mode. 8 cameras attached to its head and arms are supposed to help the robot to analyze face and object. interchangeable robot hands used to grip enhance its many uses. but at around 90000 bureaus, a piece, not every company can afford this technology right now. next age is just working in the back to your side. so collaborative robot, what we need, and we're hoping that we'll be able to take it with a conceptual psych, forestry theory home in japan. they will not be taking away jobs. there'll be, there'll be co workers partners. that's what i like many other western countries, was still prejudiced against industrial robots. here in germany, the main argument is they'll take away no jobs, but they're leaving out something else. co working can also make jobs easier.
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friends for bodies, this jones young to has been working and living in japan for a long time. she says that co working with robots is used differently there. there is something about craftsmanship and about the art of making things perfect. and there was also like a very clear social care by companies and there was good. and so the never introduced robot can replace the, introduced us to make it work better working with the robot. it's something that is really cool, or like having a robot in your company, something that is really nice, this edit you, that role as i cool is a sentiment that you got. developers also share a remote control used by an operator isn't exactly cool, but it's only a temporary measure. you go believes that intelligent machines will take on short, independently in the future. you go target audience for the elderly and professionals. the company believes that you can make a real difference in their life,
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but it's also expensive. depending on operating time, the monthly rental costs are between 800 to 1600 euros. the upside, if you go, was supposed to make life longer and more comfortable. you could put a little bit more in the future. i envision robot and lecturing on houses and doing a choice on the home or so along with the advancement of medical care in japan. i think that this will enable people to live longer or not. nobody thought robustly. hugo also saw off that for the ability to assist in madison, especially since the outbreak of the corona virus now for bodies. but he's a clipping the robot to assist in 3 key areas. cleaning robots could be contaminated rooms or dispose of hospital waste, so humans avoid risk. checkups robots could help check on patients confined to their bed or in quarantine. this could alleviate the pressure on medical stop.
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telemedicine robots have been assisting during surgery for a while in japan that also creating so called surgical robots, tokyo based data river feed, once the launch a new model in a few years to compete with a current and b. p of surgical robots made in the u. s. when it comes to surgical assistance, davinci is state of the art. this robot can remove tumor, a tissue from someone with prostate cancer, but it doesn't operate autonomously a control panel. let's surgeons use the robot arms in real time, which has one big advantage. motion scaling and tremble filters. this allows the surgical robot to work more precisely. but the da vinci robot has to disadvantages . it doesn't receive any have to feedback, meaning it can't feel for specific body parts. and it's very expensive. davinci costs up to 2000000 euros. tokyo based company river
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field is trying to solve these problems. there, robot is quite similar to davinci and will cost less. here the robot arms are powered by air pressure. this enabled tactic feedback, producing the risk of patient injury. so this should make the operation more intuitive. believe the use of a surgical robot become much more important in japan because the aging society is coming and the rate over town become increasing in japan. so these are what i mean, the full account, the full council treatments many other countries are also turn into robots to help in the medical and care sectors. future physicians will have to train intensively to use these new technology, the global. how was also a benefit? not only for the patient, but also the vision for the patient. hospital stay would it become shorter or
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recovery? it becomes faster also for the doctors, they can do the surgery by sitting in the chair. so how did you, if, can be minimized by using the robot? surgeons probably won't be replaced anytime soon. but with the right mobile communications, doctors could soon be performing tele surgery across long distances. this may be beneficial for people living in remote areas without access to medical care whether they're assisting in surgery or doing chores at home, robots are supposed to help people with things that are difficult. all that we simply don't want to do. in japan. i saw how a i machines i used in daily life and if it were up to professor, when we talk mate sooner, we wouldn't even be aware of the role that machines play in our lives. there is a time that i always use,
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which is that of the disappearing robot to kill by that. so i mean, in the future, robots will become invisible to be such a common part of our lives that we don't really think of them as robots and email. well, if my own vacuum robot had only done his job properly, then i'd probably still be using it. robots for personal use at home, helpful, or just, you actually waste. let us know what you think on facebook or the w dot com at to you. would you for more videos from japan, including war robots? that's it for me today. see you next time. the o. ah, in the
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