Ppt on artificial intelligence and robotics

Slide 1 Tomorrow’s Technology and You 8 th Edition © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Explain the two basic approaches of artificial intelligence research. Describe several hard problems that artificial intelligence research has not been able to solve yet. Describe several practical applications of artificial intelligence. Explain what robots are and give several examples illustrating what they can—and can’t—do. © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Slide 4 Tomorrow’s Technology and You 8/e Chapter 15 Alan Turing, Military Intelligence, and Intelligent Machines Alan M. Turing was/


Slide 1 © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc.. Is Artificial Intelligence Real? Slide 2 © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc.

? Slide 2 © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Explain the two basic approaches of artificial intelligence research. Describe several hard problems that artificial intelligence research has not been able to solve yet. Describe several practical applications of artificial intelligence. Explain what robots are and give several examples illustrating what they can—and can’t—do. Slide 3 © 2008 Prentice-Hall, Inc. Alan M. Turing was the British mathematician who designed the/


Dr.Abeer Mahmoud ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (CS 461D) Dr. Abeer Mahmoud Computer science Department Princess Nora University Faculty of Computer & Information.

of goals. Research directions of artificial intelligence Dr.Abeer Mahmoud Some real applications Dr.Abeer Mahmoud Applied Areas of AI Game playing Speech and language processing Expert reasoning Planning and scheduling Vision Robotics 29 Dr.Abeer Mahmoud Autonomous Intelligent Systems Mobile robots Flying vehicles Adaptive techniques and learning Multi-robot systems Applications of mobile robots Interaction and Web interfaces Dr.Abeer Mahmoud Humanoid Robots Resource-constrained systems Perception, state/


Bioelectronics, Medical Imaging and Our Bodies Week 5: Reverse engineering & neuromorphic engineering Maryse de la Giroday 6-week course SFU Liberal Arts.

how the issues of roboethics and rights for robots are perceived in Japan and the West. Robots and intelligence (3 of 6) The fields of robotic technology and AI are closely related and often overlap. Robotics falls under the umbrella of artificial intelligence research. Both “The New Oxford Dictionary of English” and Japan’s authoritative “Kojien” dictionary define artificial intelligence as the performance by computer systems of tasks normally requiring human intelligence. … Robots and intelligence (4 of 6/


1 Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the area of computer science focusing on creating machines that can engage on behaviors that.

-ceptors for the measurement of its environmental (external, from the robot point of view) parameters. 14 Applications on Robotics-Cybernetics Diagram 15 Knowledge Representation and Reasoning  Logical Agents is the representation of knowledge and the reasoning processes that bring knowledge to life which is considered as the central to the entire field of artificial intelligence. Logic will be the primary vehicle for representing the knowledge throughout/


Science Fiction meets Science Fact ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE.

evaluate and dwell on the wonder of Artificial Intelligence and speak about what great things it will do for us in the future but what will being more human do to the machines that have this intelligence? Will they be benevolent and work with us side by side as equals – would we accept them as such, will they be relegated to slavery until one day robot rights/


Melody Murphy AIL 605 The University of Alabama Artificial Intelligence.

, 2009 from www.youtube.comwww.youtube.com Youtube (2009). Receptionist Robot Retrieved on April 21, 2009 from www.youtube.comwww.youtube.com Artificial Intelligence in Business/Industry According to Rodney Brooks from Communication of the ACM, “the future promises lots of robots in our everyday lives; some perhaps many, of them could look and behave like people but only if being humanoid represents a technological/


Character Artificial Intelligence CE00875-6 Introduction to Module Introduction to Module Lecture 1 1.

AI. But brain science has also benefited from the attempt to build artificial minds, at least historically. Robotics Some argue that intelligence is not merely symbol manipulation, but has a physical element as well. They build robot machines to help collect, organise and deploy knowledge in the world by skilled action. Robotics Some argue that intelligence is not merely symbol manipulation, but has a physical element as/


Artificial Intelligence December 6, 2008 Ail 690.

://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yz8HjZCjS HM References Artificial Intelligence. (n.d.). Retrieved on December 4, 2008, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial-intelligence. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial-intelligence Artificial Intelligence. (n.d.) Retrieved on November 29, 2008, from http://www- formal.stanford.edu/jmc/whatisai/node1.html.http://www- formal.stanford.edu/jmc/whatisai/node1.html Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. (2008). Retrieved on December 4, 2008, from http/


Metastable Legged- Robot Locomotion Katie Byl Robot Locomotion Group June 21, 2007.

Fastest recorded run, with NO COMPUTATION: - about 3.4 cm/sec MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Sequencing motions: Funnels  R. R. Burridge, A. A. Rizzi, and D. E. Koditschek. Sequential composition of dynamically dexterous robot behaviors. International Journal of Robotics Research, 18(6):534-555, June 1999. MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Double-support gait creation  3 possible leg-pairing types  Pacing left vs right/


INNOVATION TRENDS SERIE Robots: friends or nightmare? Robots in the spotlight of the big technology companies ROBOTS HOW ROBOTICS WILL CHANGE OUR LIVES.

shared among several through cloud-based computing: "This way, a user could travel to another city and download the personality of his or her own home robot into a robot based in the other location. Robotic personality would thus become something transportable and transferable” ( ).transportable and transferable Projects related to artificial intelligence have accounted for almost $20 billion dollars (around 18 billion euros) since 2009 but some have/


International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology Vol. 46, September, 2012 Effect of Rule Base on the Fuzzy-Based Tuning Fuzzy Sliding Mode Controller:

Science Journal, vol. 12, no. 12, (2011), pp. 2317-2329. 3.F. Piltan, N. Sulaiman, Arash Zargari, M. Keshavarz and A. Badri, “Design PID-Like Fuzzy Controller With Minimum Rule Base and Mathematical Proposed On-line Tunable Gain: Applied to Robot Manipulator”, International Journal of Artificial intelligence and expert system, vol. 2, no. 4, (2011), pp. 184-195. 4.F. Piltan, N. Sulaiman, M. H. Marhaban/


Artificial Intelligence in the Robotic Industry By Dalia Elzeny Jason Renaud.

optimal vehicle –The user is told to specify a different number of passengers and loops back to the beginning of that phase Else the robot packages the specified number of vehicles –The user is given the option of continuing the vehicle selection phases Conclusion Artificial Intelligence –Increases production throughput –Makes production safer and more reliable –Lessens the need for human interaction –Guides the user in/


CPSC 420 – Artificial Intelligence Texas A & M University Lecture 3 Lecturer: Laurie webster II, M.S.S.E., M.S.E.e., M.S.BME, Ph.D., P.E.

paths that are solutions in the real world Each abstract action should be "easier" than the original problem CPSC 420 – Artificial Intelligence Vacuum world state space graph states? actions? goal test? path cost? CPSC 420 – Artificial Intelligence Vacuum world state space graph states? integer dirt and robot location actions? Left, Right, Suck goal test? no dirt at all locations path cost? 1 per action CPSC 420/


Artificial Intelligence Computers that think? Artificial Intelligence Computers that think?

To Date Software that analyzes other systems and software Software that analyzes other systems and software Software that “ learns ” and never forgets Software that “ learns ” and never forgets Very reliable robotic systems at decreasing cost Very reliable robotic systems at decreasing cost Problem Solvers Problem Solvers Computer ChessComputer Chess Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence is concerned with understanding the nature of intelligence through the creation of computer programs which/


BY SZYMON STAŃCZAK Robotics. PolandSwedenItalyCroatia A. The potential benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) are huge but at the same time is artificial.

case-to-case basis. PolandSwedenItalyCroatia F. What “robot rights” (compared to human rights) and responsibilities should an intelligent robot have? Salary? Recreation? “Robo-healthcare”? Pension? Right to vote? Right to get married? Right to produce robot-kids? Robot with artificial intelligence will have right for: -salary - recreation -robo-healthcare We think that the robots should have no rights at first, but if and when they develope feelings they should be/


Mestrado Integrado em Medicina Introdução à Medicina II 18-05-2010 Professor Doutor Altamiro Pereira ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR CRITICAL CARE MONITORING.

])) OR Telerobotic[All Fields] OR robotic[All Fields] OR (direct[All Fields] AND support[All Fields] AND system[All Fields]) OR (direct[All Fields] AND support[All Fields] AND systems[All Fields])) Turma 6 6fmup0910@gmail.com Query used in the ISI Web of Knowledge Database Professor Doutor Altamiro Pereira Methods 18-05-2010 Ts=(artificial intelligence OR Computer Reasoning OR Machine Intelligence OR AI OR AIs OR/


The Computer of the Future Emerging Hardware – Emerging Input Devices Gesture input devices – Wii remote and Xbox Kinect »

data stored in the knowledge base Understanding Computers in a Changing Society, 5 th Edition 34 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Understanding Computers in a Changing Society, 5 th Edition 35 Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Robotics The study of robots Robots – Devices, controlled by a person or computer, that can move and react to sensory input – Generally used to replace human workers » In high-precision, but monotonous jobs » In situations that/


Topic 2 - Applications of AI St Kentigerns Academy Unit 2 – Artificial Intelligence.

Academy Unit 2 – Artificial Intelligence Artificial Neural Network/System A neural network is an electronic model of the brain consisting of many interconnected simple processors. A neural network is an electronic model of the brain consisting of many interconnected simple processors. Artificial Neural Network/System Neural networks take a different approach from conventional programming. Neural networks are designed to try and do things that we/


Chinese Robot Soccer Harbin University of Science and Technology,China Pro.SUN Ming-song 2008-09-16.

forward a higher demand for the artificial intelligence control. the combination of Robot Soccer and education 1 University education 2 Primary and secondary school education University education The significance of Robot Soccer in university education Robot Soccer course is different from those traditional courses whose objectives are to impart knowledge and develop skills. The study of Robot Soccer and robot team is full of practice, exploration and comprehension, which can make fast/


Artificial Intelligence

synthetic life forms? If not, then why should we expect AI, with its 55-year history, to have created Robby or HAL by now? 6/04/2017 COMPSCI 111/111G - Artificial Intelligence 36 COMPSCI 111/111G - Artificial Intelligence AI and Robotics AI is often linked to robotics, which develops embodied artifacts that operate in the physical world, but: There remains great potential for interactions between AI/


ETHICS AND ROBOTICS Rafael Capurro Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart Università di Pisa, 17-18 Maggio 2007 „L‘uomo e la macchina. Passato e Presente“

Media) for ongoing discussions on the relationship between ethics and robotics within the framework of the ETHICBOTS project. Rafael Capurro: Ethics and Robotics61 Bibliography ► Adam, Alison (1998): Artificial Knowing. Gender and the Thinking Machine. London ► Arnall, Alexander Huw (2003). Future Technologies, Today’s Choices. Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A technical, political and institutional map of emerging technologies. A report for the Greenpeace Environmental Trust. Online/


PSU CS 370 – Artificial Intelligence Dr. Mohamed Tounsi Artificial Intelligence 3. Solving Problems By Searching.

in #5 or #7 Solution? [Right, if dirt then Suck] PSU CS 370 – Artificial Intelligence Dr. Mohamed Tounsi Vacuum world state space graph n states? n actions? n goal test? n path cost? PSU CS 370 – Artificial Intelligence Dr. Mohamed Tounsi Vacuum world state space graph n states? integer dirt and robot location n actions? Left, Right, Suck n goal test? no dirt at all locations/


ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2007)Page 1 Please pick up a copy of the course syllabus from the front desk.

games Robotics Assembly-line robots, auto-pilot, Mars exploration robots, RoboCup, etc. Expert systems Medical diagnostics, business advice, technical help, etc. Natural language Spam filtering, translation, document summarization, etc. Artificial intelligence is all around us ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2007)Page 5 What is an AI? Systems that… Rationality vs. Humans: emotions, instincts, etc. Thinking vs. acting: Turing test vs. Searle’s Chinese room Engineers (and/


By Karen Jones.  Introduction to Artificial Intelligence  Introduction to RoboticsRobotics  Solar powered Insects  Android  Graph  Conclusion.

.I. Fields of A.I. Use of A.I. Definition: “Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that deals with intelligent behavior, learning, and adaptation in machines” (Wikipedia) Robotics” is the science and technology of Robots, their design, manufacture, and application. The Honda Humanoid  Mark Tildens BEAM robots look and act like big bugs.  Tilden builds simple robots out of discrete components.  Started in the early 1990s, the idea/


ADVIS 041 Artificial Life: How can it impact engineering practices of the future? Cihan H. Dagli Smart Engineering Systems Laboratory Engineering Management.

ADVIS 0445 Multi Agent Co-operative Area Coverage using GA Multi Robot System Multi Robot System Cover Predetermined Area (Go over every square inch) Cover Predetermined Area (Go over every square inch) Boundaries Marked Boundaries Marked Minimize Time and hence Energy Efficient Minimize Time and hence Energy Efficient ADVIS 0446 Artificial Problem Solvers: Swarm Intelligence “Any attempt to design algorithms or distributed problem-solving devices inspired/


Chapter 10 Artificial Intelligence © 2007 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.

leading to a stable configuration © 2007 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved 0-42 Robotics Truly autonomous robots require progress in perception and reasoning. Major advances being made in mobility Plan development versus reactive responses Evolutionary robotics © 2007 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved 0-43 Issues Raised by Artificial Intelligence When should a computer’s decision be trusted over a human’s? If a computer/


Symposium Ethics and Robotics

on Machine Ethics Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to the following: Improvement of interaction between artificially and naturally intelligent systems through the addition of an ethical dimension to artificially intelligent systems Enhancement of machine-machine communication and cooperation through an ethical dimension R. Capurro: Ethics and Robotics AAAI 2005 Symposium on Machine Ethics Design of systems that provide expert guidance in ethical matters Deeper understanding/


Artificial Intelligence

dog in this Image? Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence (Book Def.) – The study of computer systems that model and apply the intelligence of the human mind Used to develop software and machines that emulate human qualities such as learning, reasoning, communicating, seeing, and hearing Areas include Expert systems Natural language processing Neural networks Intelligent agents Virtual reality and simulation devices Pattern recognition Fuzzy logic Robotics Knowledge Representation Semantic network/


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA Department of Computer Science and Engineering CSCE 580 Artificial Intelligence Fall 2009 Marco Valtorta

Frankenrobot With a Biological Brain Agence France Presse (08/13/08) University of Reading scientists have developed Gordon, a robot controlled exclusively by living brain tissue using cultured rat neurons. The researchers say Gordon, is helping explore the boundary between natural and artificial intelligence. "The purpose is to figure out how memories are actually stored in a biological brain," says University of Reading professor/


Fundamentals of Information Systems Fourth Edition

7.2: A Comparison of Natural and Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals of Information Systems, Fourth Edition The Major Branches of Artificial Intelligence Figure 7.5: A Conceptual Model of Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals of Information Systems, Fourth Edition Expert Systems Hardware and software that stores knowledge and makes inferences, similar to a human expert Used in many business applications Fundamentals of Information Systems, Fourth Edition Robotics Mechanical or computer devices that perform/


Computers © 2003 Prentice-Hall, Inc.Slide 1. Computers Chapter 9 Information Systems and Emerging ( 新興 ) Technologies © 2003 Prentice-Hall, Inc.Slide.

( 功能 ) of a data processing system. © 2003 Prentice-Hall, Inc.Slide 3 Computers Chapter 9 – Information Systems and Emerging Technologies Objectives Categorize ( 分類 ) the tools and capabilities ( 功能 ) of a decision support system ( 決策支援 系統 ). Understand artificial intelligence ( 人工智慧 ), expert systems ( 專家系統 ), intelligent agents ( 智慧型代理人 ), and robotics ( 機器人學 ). Appreciate ( 欣賞 ) the concepts and potential ( 潛力 ) of virtual reality ( 虛擬實境 ). © 2003 Prentice-Hall, Inc.Slide 4 Computers Information Systems/


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA Department of Computer Science and Engineering CSCE 580 Artificial Intelligence Fall 2008 Marco Valtorta

Frankenrobot With a Biological Brain Agence France Presse (08/13/08) University of Reading scientists have developed Gordon, a robot controlled exclusively by living brain tissue using cultured rat neurons. The researchers say Gordon, is helping explore the boundary between natural and artificial intelligence. "The purpose is to figure out how memories are actually stored in a biological brain," says University of Reading professor/


X96 Autonomous Robot Design Review Saturday, March 13, 2004 By John Budinger Francisco Otibar Scott Ibara.

XY coordinates Implemented in C++ x96 Autonomous Robot Artificial Intelligence Find appropriate command for situation … and find it fast! Keep the algorithm simple and consistent Optimize code for common cases “Dummy” robot Line Man algorithm meets specifications x96 Autonomous Robot Artificial Intelligence “Line Man” x96 Autonomous Robot Artificial Intelligence “Line Man” x96 Autonomous Robot Artificial Intelligence “Line Man” x96 Autonomous Robot Artificial Intelligence void FieldMap(int X, int Y, int/


Copyright, 2005 All rights reserved L. Manevitz1 Artificial Intelligence Background and Overview L. Manevitz.

Agents. Automated Negotiation. Data Mining. Web Search. Copyright 2006 All rights reserved L. Manevitz37 Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems. Vision. Speech. Language. Games. Planning and Action. Theories of Knowledge. Neural Networks. Copyright 2006 All rights reserved L. Manevitz38 Fields of Application Expert Systems. Language Understanding. Robotics. Automated Negotiation. Internet Retrieval. Educational Tools. Software Assistants. Copyright 2006 All rights reserved L. Manevitz39 Give examples/


Artificial Intelligence (AI) By Rohan Johnson And Nathan Capito.

does the issue relate to the technology? AI is the artificial intelligence of robot. This is created to help robots think for themselves. AI is the artificial intelligence of robot. This is created to help robots think for themselves. All robots use this technology no matter how small it may be. There are 4 generations in robots and they are- All robots use this technology no matter how small it may be/


Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Vanderbilt School of Engineering Artificial Muscle based on Flexinol motor wire Scott Renkes Advisor: David Noelle.

bicep voltage The blue line is tricep voltage 3 and 4 are unused channels Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Vanderbilt School of Engineering Circuit Diagram Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Vanderbilt School of Engineering Artificial Muscle Implementation Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Vanderbilt School of Engineering Sneak Preview Mk1 Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Vanderbilt School of Engineering Sneak Preview Mk2 Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Vanderbilt School of Engineering Mass production  Actuator/


Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 5. Adaptive Networks 1 1 Michael Arbib: CS564 - Brain Theory and.

“height on a hill” so goal-seeking becomes “hill-climbing” N S W E Michael Arbib CS564 - Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence, USC, Fall 2001. Lecture 5. Adaptive Networks 1 21 Hill-Climbing and Landmark Learning “Hill-Climbing in the Fog”: At time t the robot takes a single step in direction i(t), moving from a position with payoff z(t) to one with/


1 History of Artificial Intelligence Dana Nejedlová Department of Informatics Faculty of Economics Technical University of Liberec.

relation to the real world. New-fangled Artificial Intelligence –The most important branch was connectionism – artificial neural networks (McCulloch – Pitts, 1943). –Genetic algorithms (Holland, 1975) and other kinds of biologically inspired information processing Strong AI (John Searle, 1980) –Artificial intelligence is real intelligence. –Solution of complex problems, e.g. robotics. Weak AI –Artificial intelligence is a mere imitation of human real intelligence. –Solution of a specific problems that do/


© Paradigm Publishing Inc. 13-1 Chapter 13 Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence.

human capabilities rather than supplanting them –three primary areas of artificial intelligence applications are cognitive science, natural interfaces, and robotics © Paradigm Publishing Inc. 13-38 Artificial Intelligence Three primary areas of artificial intelligence applications are cognitive science, natural interfaces, and robotics. © Paradigm Publishing Inc. 13-39 Artificial Intelligence Cognitive Science Application –the study and simulation of the human mind –based on biology, neurology, psychology/


Www.sti-innsbruck.at © Copyright 2008 STI INNSBRUCK www.sti-innsbruck.at Intelligent Systems Lecture I – xx 2009 Introduction Dieter Fensel and Tobias.

.“ Link: http://www.research.ibm.com/deepblue/ www.sti-innsbruck.at 31 The Humanoid Robot COG Project at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab The goal of the COG project was to build a robot capable of interacting with humans and objects in a human-like way. "As I pondered [this] and thought about HAL, I decided to try to build the first serious attempt at a/


Artificial Intelligence. Outline of Lecture What is Artificial Intelligence? – Definition and Aims – AI in Fiction, Fact, and History – Common Themes.

only 55 years, to have created Robby or HAL by now? 6/10/201536COMPSCI 111/111G - Artificial Intelligence AI and Robotics AI is often linked to robotics, which develops embodied artifacts that operate in the physical world, but: There remains potential for interactions between AI and robotics, but they have remained largely separate.  Robotics is centrally concerned with sensori-motor behavior, which humans share with other animals;  Many/


Introduction to Soft Computing ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence Spring 2008 Lecture #12.

speed is fast) Following edges IF (left obstacle is far) and (front obstacle is far) and (right obstacle is near) and (angle is positive) THEN (left speed is medium) and (right speed is medium) Fuzzy Robot Navigation ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2008)Page 20 Fuzzy Robot Navigation ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2008)Page 21 Artificial Neural Networks Human Brain Massively parallel network of neurons Each individual neuron/


SPLASH 2008: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE 21 ST CENTURY Artificial Intelligence.

2008: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE 21 ST CENTURY Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence (AI) The branch of computer science which aims to create machines with “intelligence” or making intelligence machines. Basis of field is that “intelligence” can be portrayed by a machine. Which raises many philosophical questions. What is Artificial Intelligence? Medical Diagnosis Robot Control Law Stock Trading Toys Applications of AI AI Effect When a discovered technique of human intelligence reaches/


ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Jessica Nelson History of Computers.

Offensive Autonomous Weapons Complementary not Competition CRITICISMS OF AI Human Mind in Machine Connectivism Expert Systems WORKS CITED  “Artificial Intelligence and Robotics” – Computer History Museum  http://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/artificial-intelligence-robotics/13 http://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/artificial-intelligence-robotics/13  “Neural Networks” - Christos Stergiou and Dimitrios Siganos  http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~nd/surprise_96/journal/vol4/cs11/report.html http://www.doc/


1 © Copyright 2010 Dieter Fensel, Tobias B ü rger and Ioan Toma Intelligent Systems Introduction.

position of the chessboard.“ Link: http://www.research.ibm.com/deepblue/ 51 The Humanoid Robot COG Project at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab The goal of the COG project was to build a robot capable of interacting with humans and objects in a human-like way. "As I pondered [this] and thought about HAL, I decided to try to build the first serious attempt at a/


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA Department of Computer Science and Engineering CSCE 580 Artificial Intelligence Fall 2011 Marco Valtorta

Frankenrobot With a Biological Brain Agence France Presse (08/13/08) University of Reading scientists have developed Gordon, a robot controlled exclusively by living brain tissue using cultured rat neurons. The researchers say Gordon, is helping explore the boundary between natural and artificial intelligence. "The purpose is to figure out how memories are actually stored in a biological brain," says University of Reading professor/


Introduction to Soft Computing ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence Spring 2007 Lecture #12.

domain expert ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2007)Page 30 Fuzzy Robot Navigation Fuzzy controllers are very popular for robot navigation Eliminates need for complete world model and complex reasoning rules Basic robot Known current position and target Three sensors (front, left, right) Left and right wheels can turn at different speeds to make robot turn ECE457 Applied Artificial Intelligence R. Khoury (2007)Page 31 Fuzzy Robot Navigation Fuzzy linguistic variables/


Chapter 21 Robotic Perception and action Chapter 21 Robotic Perception and action 323-670 Artificial Intelligence ดร. วิภาดา เวทย์ประสิทธิ์ ภาควิชาวิทยาการคอมพิวเตอร์

Chapter 21 Robotic Perception and action Chapter 21 Robotic Perception and action 323-670 Artificial Intelligence ดร. วิภาดา เวทย์ประสิทธิ์ ภาควิชาวิทยาการคอมพิวเตอร์ คณะ วิทยาศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์ 323-670 Artificial Intelligence Lecture 45Page 2 Robotic 1) Robotics is the intelligent connection of perception action. 2) A robotic is anything that is surprisingly (moving target) animate. 3) perceptual (S/W) + motor task (H/W) [action]  operate in the real world : searching and backtracking can be /


1 Intelligent Robotics MAP-I Doctoral Programme in Computer Science Luís Paulo Reis (University of Porto) Nuno Lau (University of Aveiro)

Languages. 20 Learning Outcomes Acquire knowledge of current state and trends in Robotics Demonstrate understanding of the problems of intelligent robotics, particularly by selecting appropriate techniques to model and solve them Have a broad critical understanding of how Artificial Intelligence may be applied generally to Intelligent Robotics Appreciate the problems associated with designing and programming intelligent robots and multi-robot systems for different problems Develop research work, demonstrate/


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