CNN runs story about Robot racism – because they’re white. Not kidding. Full list of all racist products here [VIDEO]
Opinion by DJ Mellons II – From (CNN) Have you ever noticed the popularity of white robots? You see them in films like Will Smith’s “I, Robot” and Eve from “Wall-E.” Real-life examples include Honda’s Asimo, UBTECH’s Walker, Boston Dynamics’ Atlas, and even NASA’s Valkyrie robot. All made of shiny white material. The reason for these shades of technological white may be racism..
wtf? – First of all, my robot is going to be tan… with blonde hair, and tall. with tan lines and other cool stuff… like um.. never mind.
For your edification, next time you may be considering purchasing an inanimate object or daily staple – below is a video with an exhaustive list of racist products to steer clear from:
Remember as you watch this that CNN literally just published an article saying robots shouldn't be painted white because it encourages racism. pic.twitter.com/qmL0ymneWS
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 2, 2019
But the story about the study is real… I think. “Robots And Racism,” a study conducted by the Human Interface Technology Laboratory in New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) and published by the country’s University of Canterbury, suggests people perceive physically human-like robots to have a race and therefore apply racial stereotypes to white and black robots.
DJ Mellon is a writer and cookie baker, residing in the suburbs of Chicago. She was recognized as one of the Internet’s TOP TEN HOTTEST CONSERVATIVES in 2018.