Rich and Ashley talk about robot comedians, Facebook's new app Slingshot, carrier-exclusive phones, whether startup Timeshel has what it takes, and some new releases dropping today.
We're back for another episode of Tomorrow Daily. Today, Rich and Ashley check out a Japanese robot who's also a comedian, discuss Facebook's Slingshot app, and wonder why carrier exclusives even happen anymore.
Can humour be broken down into a series of programmable commands? The Kobian robot helps researchers find out.
When a robot tries to make you to laugh, is that considered "artifarcical" intelligence? RoboJase the android debuts his comedy routine on mere mortals.
Aziz Ansari talks about putting his stand-up show "Dangerously Delicious" online, how he deals with fans on Twitter, and his love for R. Kelly.
Aziz Ansari plans to try his luck going solo by selling an hour-long stand-up special over the Internet.
A new stand-up comedy video costing $5 is Louis Szekely's experiment in direct sales in the Internet era: How much money will an inexpensive but easy-to-pirate video make?
French comedian Remi Gaillard decided to create something of a real-life version of the classic Nintendo video game Mario Kart on the streets of Paris.
A duo known as the "Masked Avengers" managed to get the vice presidential candidate on the phone by pretending to be French President Nicolas Sarkozy.