Inglés - Agrega
... some people and disturbing to others. As robots have become more advanced and
sophisticated, experts and academics have increasingly explored the questions of
what ethics might govern robots' behavior, and whether robots might be able to
claim any kind of social, cultural, ethical or legal rights.
Computers - Robot Presentation
... doesn’t seem to be based on
our historical attempts to build
robots, but instead the
numerous books and movies
featuring humanoid machines.
... more than 20 languages, learns on the job, replies to e-mail, answers phone calls and
holds conversations. She learns from reading manuals and situational context as well
as by observing and working with human colleagues. In a help desk situation Amelia
can understand what a caller is looking for, ...
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
... •Military – control and target
•Entertainment – gaming or robotic pets
•Predicting customer behavior
the netherlands 26 - 30 JUne
... countries will compete with teams of fully autonomous
robots in household and service tasks, rescue
operations and of course: football. RoboCup is a great
boost for research and development of robotics and
artificial intelligence, to support us in our everyday lives
in an ageing society. www.robocup ...
Intelligent automation entering the business world
... many organisations introduced robotics into their
assembly line, warehouse, and cargo bay operations.
Now, tertiary sector businesses have already started
to apply new technologies and the robotic paradigm
to automate their processes and replace humans in
low value-added activities. This is also the ...
Artificial Intelligence Applications in Design
... In last 15-20 years revolutionary advances were experienced in computer hardware, software and there were
significant applications of sensors and electromechanical systems. Artificial intelligence, especially intelligent
systems, is recently mainstream components in industrial automation. The role o ...
LEGO Mindstorms Hitachi H8-based RCX brick
... • Emergence of the computer:
• J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly
build the ENIAC at the University of
Pennsylvania - the first electronic
• At MIT, Whirlwind, the first digital
general purpose computer, solves its
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
... The cause of the issue is will they take over. The thing that causes this issue it
is that are we going to far in technology. Are we ready to live with robots. Is it
possible to keep unskilled workers at the jobs? Will all work go to
manufactures who create these machines? These are some of the issu ...
2016-10-13 CCFN Digital Transformation David Cameron.pptx
... Specifying and maintaining useful semantic models about real things
Good, fast, effective databases – in memory and in place
Use of natural language – in data and interaction
Efficient, predictable access to data spread across the cloud
Secure, role-based access to data
High-performance computing to ...
An Artist at RPI Who Draws on the Fu- ture
... homosexuals, minorities, and animals. …
‘One of the key things Boryana is interested in, and I am as well, is encouraging
public debate around scientific practices,’
[Kathy] High said. … Even if she’s demanding rights for robots, Rossa said being over-the-top is important because
provocative acts ar ...
teacher clues - ITGS Textbook
... 6. Inference engine: The part of an expert system which matches the users input with stored
rules and facts.
7. Simple logic: A form of logic in which there are only two values, such as true and false.
8. Fuzzy logic: A form of logic which can have many different values.
9. Heuristics: Rules used in ...
... Robots are an exciting and useful type of machine. Their impact on our world
is on the increase. Robots can perform a range of helpful tasks with little or
no supervision by people.
Those that can work completely by themselves are called autonomous. Others
are remote controlled by humans and are cal ...
... Aibo, a robotic dog with
Mobile Robot Exhibition Schedule
... ----Returning team from Stony Brook University will present a new and
improved version of ButlerBot with emphasis on entertainment and human
interaction. The team is also supposed to participate in Open
----First year participant from Human Emulation Robotics, LLC Socia ...
... Evolvable Hardware
• Conventional design methods sometimes
• Hardware reconfigured due to unforeseen
Humanoid robots: Will they ever be able to become like us
... future achieve a level of dexterity, which allows them to perform similar to humans. The potential applications
are numerous. The great benefit of a humanoid form is, that there is little to no need to adapt the infrastructure
or working environment in order to make use of robots. They naturally jus ...
in my own words The Future Comes on Two Robotic Feet
... talk about the pop culture side of things, which is where my
expertise now lies. In the multiverse there’s a version of Daniel Wilson in a lab building robots. I miss it, and I wish I could
do both things. But it’s hard to complain when I wake up in
the morning and go write Superman for a little whi ...
Building Like Animals: Using Autonomous Robots to
... agent is anything that can be viewed as perceiving its environment through sensors and acting upon that environment through actuators." 
The purpose of such agents is not in replacing people
but in being better, at least in some aspects, than biological
systems, projecting human capabilities into ...
comp-robo - Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science
... impetus to a power grid "smart"
futuristic, hoping to take as soon as
possible to the power transmission
system into the digital age.
President Obama will announce on
Tuesday during a visit to a solar
power plant in Arcadia, Florida, that
the government will support with
3,400 million dollars to a h ...
Robotic automation software
The term Robotic automation refers to the automation of industrial and clerical processes using robots, of various guises. Robotic automation software refers to a class of software products used in that latter, clerical, context.Examples of robotic automation include the use of industrial robots in manufacturing and the use of software robots in automating clerical processes in services industries. In the latter case, the use of the term robot is metaphorical, conveying the similarity of those software products – which are produced to provide a generic automation capability and then configured within the end user environment to execute manual and repetitive tasks – to their industrial robot counterparts. The metaphor is apt in the sense that the software ""robot"" is now mimicking or replacing a function classically associated with a person, for example in IVR voice recognition and chatbot technology as a means of data collection and distribution, in place of a person conducting a telephone conversation, for example.In general terms, robotic automation corresponds to an emerging trend for technology to replace the functions performed by humans, particularly in the service sector, where the adoption of – and the concept of – robotics falls significantly behind the rate and incidence of adoption of automation within manufacturing.