Science

Making Robots More Like Us

Posted 11 Mar 2003 at 13:58 UTC by steve Share This

A Business article describes the current split among robot researchers on what the immediate future holds for robots. Some, such as the Japanse, are working quickly toward general-purpose, humanoid robots while American companies are tending towards specialized, single-function robots such as vacuum cleaners and lawn mowers. But while the two groups disagree on form and function, they both believe robots need more human-like intelligence to succeed in a human world.


edward scissorhands, posted 14 Mar 2003 at 16:03 UTC by ObsoleteSuperMan » (Observer)

any one who had seen this movie may be thinking.. ack, what a waste of film. i personally liked the movie. in a flashback scene, the old man who made edward got the idea for him by holding a cookie up to a robotic cuisineart. he then started work building edward. before he was finished, he sat and read a book of etiquette to him. all he did was twich, i'm assuming because he had not been programmed fully or learned to move yet, much like a child or robot. i really want a robot that already knows a few things, that i can teach more. start of with simple things and hopefully it will be intelligent enough to understand simple sentence instructions. HMHY

Artificial Intelligence Robot. look it up or goto http://www.clarkober.com/hmhy.htm

See more of the latest robot news!

Recent blogs

26 Nov 2014 shimniok (Journeyer)
15 Nov 2014 mwaibel (Master)
14 Nov 2014 Sergey Popov (Apprentice)
14 Nov 2014 wedesoft (Master)
5 Aug 2014 svo (Master)
20 Jul 2014 Flanneltron (Journeyer)
3 Jul 2014 jmhenry (Journeyer)
3 Jul 2014 steve (Master)
2 Jul 2014 Petar.Kormushev (Master)
10 Jun 2014 robotvibes (Master)
X
Share this page