Robot Brains 2013


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EEG-based brain-controlled mobile robots: a survey L Bi, XA Fan, Y Liu – Human-Machine Systems, IEEE …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … A. Brain-Controlled Mobile Robots We divide brain-controlled mobile robots into two categories according to their operational modes. … B. Brain-Computer Interface The basic idea of BCI is to translate user produced patterns of brain activity into corresponding commands. … Cited by 17 Related articles All 3 versions

Robot Control on the basis of Bio-electrical signals JS Ierache, G Pereira, I Sattolo, J Irribaren… – … and Applications 2012, 2013 – Springer … experiments and the discussion of the results achieved in field tests. Keywords: Robots, Brain Machine Interface, Bio-Electrical Signal, Human Machine Interfaces. 1 Introduction The application of bio-electrical signals for the control of … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

Social robots, brain machine interfaces and neuro/cognitive enhancers: Three emerging science and technology products through the lens of technology … G Wolbring, L Diep, S Yumakulov, N Ball, D Yergens – Technologies, 2013 – mdpi.com Abstract: Social robotics, brain machine interfaces and neuro and cognitive enhancement products are three emerging science and technology products with wide-reaching impact for disabled and non-disabled people. Acceptance of ideas and products depend on multiple … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

Autonomous mobile robot localization based on RSSI measurements using an RFID sensor and neural network BPANN NA Sabto, KA Mutib – Journal of King Saud University-Computer and …, 2013 – Elsevier … al., 1998). In this work, to enhance the autonomous mobile robot navigation and to distribute tags randomly, we consider storing distance information and the initial heading angle of the mobile robot in the robot brain. This information … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Inference through embodied simulation in cognitive robots V Mohan, P Morasso, G Sandini, S Kasderidis – Cognitive Computation, 2013 – Springer Page 1. Inference Through Embodied Simulation in Cognitive Robots Vishwanathan Mohan • Pietro Morasso • Giulio Sandini • Stathis Kasderidis Received: 1 October 2012 / Accepted: 3 February 2013 / Published online: 12 … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Consciousness and the quest for sentient robots POA Haikonen – Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2012, 2013 – Springer … Haikonen, PO: The Cognitive Approach to Conscious Machines. Imprint Academic, UK (2003) 13. Haikonen, PO: Robot Brains. John Wiley & Sons, UK (2007) 14. Haikonen, PO: XCR-1: An Experimental Cognitive Robot Based on an Associative Neural Architecture. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Cloud robotics: Formation control of a multi robot system utilizing cloud infrastructure L Turnbull, B Samanta – Southeastcon, 2013 Proceedings of …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … compromised. The cloud could be considered the external brain for the robot. Essentially, unplugging from the cloud renders a robot brain dead. This holds true if the robot is comprised of simplified hardware. II. SCIENTIFIC … Cited by 2 Related articles

Consciousness and sentient robots PO Haikonen – International Journal of Machine Consciousness, 2013 – World Scientific … Technology, Finland. Haikonen, PO [2003] The Cognitive Approach to Conscious Machines (Imprint Academic, UK). Haikonen, PO [2007] Robot Brains; Circuits and Systems for Conscious Machines (Wiley, UK). Haikonen, PO … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

New technologies for stroke rehabilitation M Iosa, S Hesse, A Oliviero, S Paolucci – Stroke research and treatment, 2013 – hindawi.com … There is a generic review of M. Iosa and colleagues about seven promising technologies for stroke rehabilitation: robots, brain computer interfaces, noninvasive brain stimulators, neuroprostheses, virtual reality, wearable devices, and tablet-pcs. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

Robot Brain Worms J BITTAR, ATOVA LIVE-STREAM… – … Ethical Questions in …, 2013 – upennsynapse.com Dr. Simard and his team realized this limitation and thought, if only there were a way to implant a small, controllable robotic instrument into a patient’s brain, send them into an MRI scanner and perform surgery vicariously through it… well now, that would be revolutionary … All 2 versions

Solutions for a Robot Brain W Fritz – Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2012, 2013 – Springer Abstract Some problems exist when trying to build a cognitive architecture. It should be able to learn any activity, understand human words, learn from its own experiences and manage a bigger memory without slowing down. Here we show some possible solutions. All 5 versions

Robots with consciousness: Creating a third nature BJ Mitterauer – International Journal of Machine Consciousness, 2013 – World Scientific … 2007]. However, a di®erent situation exists concerning the development of robot brains operating according to basic principles of the human brain. … methods. Such a consciousness in a robot brain would also possess transcendency. … Related articles All 3 versions

Cognitive science in popular film: the Cognitive Science Movie Index B Motz – Trends in cognitive sciences, 2013 – Elsevier … Yet, imposing artificial criteria (eg, robots ? brains ? artificial intelligence) might exclude movies that hold high status on CSMI (eg, Rashômon, 1950). Thankfully, we know from cognitive psychology that such strict category boundaries are unnecessary. … Related articles All 6 versions

Digital dreams: public perceptions about computers CD Martin – ACM Inroads, 2013 – dl.acm.org … 1946 as a starting point, I did an analysis of newspaper headlines from around the country that appeared the next day [5,6]. In bold headlines seen around the world, metaphors such as electronic brain, magic brain, wonder brain, wizard, and man-made robot brain were used to … Related articles All 5 versions

Design of a bio-inspired CMOS circuit realizing features of binocular rivalry between left and right eye G Kapur, H Mohan, V Saxsena… – … Sensing (iMac4s), 2013 …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The application of this work lies in the fact that CMOS circuit can be implanted in the robot brain and hence opens a window in the area of artificial intelligence. The circuit is simulated using BSIM3 level 49 MOSFET models using T-Spice 0.35?m CMOS process. … Related articles

[BOOK] Arduino Robot Bonanza G McComb – 2013 – mcgraw-hill.com.au … Coverage includes: Ins and Outs of the Arduino Microcontroller; Arduino as a Robot Brain; Connecting Things to the Arduino; Enhancing Your Robot with Sensors; Expanding the Arduino; Layout and Design; The TestBot Test Platform; Mini Kissing Bug; Animatronic Parrot; Your … All 2 versions

Brain-Computer control Of Wheelchair concluded Mobile Robot K Saravanan, H Mahalakshmi – isrjournals.info … Page 1 Brain-Computer control Of Wheelchair concluded Mobile Robot … Since our goal is to develop BCI system for physically disabled patients, we follow autonomous approach to give BCI user the feeling of full control of robot. BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Building an Interactive Robot AH Wee, AA Bennett – weeprojects.com … through the 5 degrees of freedom in his head alone. Brain architecture based on the Sense- Think-Act paradigm modeled after the Olin Robot Brain Vision of what real-life interaction through body language would be. WALL-E as of late July 2013 Related articles

Automatic Navigation for Rat-Robots with Modeling of the Human Guidance C Sun, N Zheng, X Zhang, W Chen, X Zheng – Journal of Bionic …, 2013 – Elsevier A bio-robot system refers to an animal equipped with Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), through which the outer stimulation is delivered directly into the animal’s. Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Robot Control on the Basis of Bio-electrical Signals N Suiffetl – Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications 2012: …, 2013 – books.google.com … experiments and the discussion of the results achieved in ?eld tests. Keywords: Robots, Brain Machine Interface, Bio-Electrical Signal, Human Machine Interfaces. 1 Introduction The application of bio-electrical signals for the … Related articles

Modelling and Simulation of Tactile Sensing System of Fingers for Intelligent Robotic Manipulation Control AP Anvara, AM Anvara, TF Lua – International Congress on …, 2013 – mssanz.org.au … The problem that this work aims to address is how to support an intelligent- Manipulator robot, with the griping of a delicate- soft-object(s), without damaging it, after the object has been seen and interpreted by the robot brain. … Related articles All 3 versions

Future and Feature of Intelligent Systems and Their Societies C Ituma – West African Journal of Industrial and Academic …, 2013 – ajol.info … action. The programmer writes the different functions of the intelligent system as program functions; also called sub programs. 3.0 Materials and Methods: Methodology and Analysis 3.1 The Way a Robot Brain Works Page 4. West … Related articles

Paralyzed subject controls telepresence mobile robot using novel sEMG brain-computer interface: Case study KR Lyons, SS Joshi – Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 2013 …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … using only a single sensor. Keywords—human-machine interface, brain-computer interface (BCI), surface electromyography (sEMG), mobile robot, brain- muscle-computer interface (BMCI) I. INTRODUCTION We employ a new … Related articles All 3 versions

The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Cybernetics K Warwick – bbvaopenmind.com … If this brain then consists of billions of neurons, many social and ethical questions will need to be asked (Warwick 2010). For example, if the robot brain has roughly the same number of human neurons as a typical human brain, then could/should it have similar rights to humans? … Related articles All 2 versions

Avoiding Local Optima with User Demonstrations S Celis, G Hornby, J Bongard – shanecelis.github.io … the intuitions of human users with the search capabilities of computers. Introduction The dream of Evolutionary Robotics is to automatically design robot brains and bodies to do any given task. That dream remains unfulfilled, but projects like the protein folding game FoldIt [1] … Related articles All 6 versions

Semantic Spatiotemporal Memory Toward 3D Robotic Vision K Murase, AR Hafiz – 2013 – repo.flib.u-fukui.ac.jp … Detection We used smart-phones platform as a robot brain, and used its camera as eye for our robot, and by utilizing the capability of parallel processing of the platform we could achieve real- time image filters onboard. The …

The optimization of path planning for multi-robot system using Boltzmann Policy based Q-learning algorithm Z Wang, Z Shi, Y Li, J Tu – Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The purpose of the training is to enhance the robot ‘brain’, represented by matrix Q. More training results in a more optimized matrix Q. In this case, if the matrix Q has been enhanced, instead of exploring around, and going back and forth to the same rooms, the robot will find the … Related articles

Here comes the HERO: Designed as a training device, the HERO I, the world’s first mass-produced personal robot, can walk, talk, and guard a room R Johnson – Potentials, IEEE – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The robot’s brain The CPU and I/O board are the 4 ‘brain” of the robot. The CPU receives information, stores data and instructions, makes decisions, and sends out instructions. The I/O sup ports this process by guiding the heavy traffic of data into and out of the CPU. …

Mobile Robot Navigation by Using Fuzzy Information of Moving Two-Wheeled Motion WAN Khairunizam, RM Nor, MN Ayob, D Hazry… – ijens.org … Various sensors need to be installed to the mobile robot. Sensor’s outputs are sent to the main processor or the robot brain for the purpose of the decision making. On the other hand, the sensor’s outputs are shared among sensors installed to the mobile robot. … Related articles All 4 versions

Application Of Line Follower Robot In Welding In Delicate Places MN Deshmukh, M MayurVerma, MU Gupta – ijirs.com … 20% of industrial robot applications. The major components of arc welding robots are the manipulator or the mechanical unit and the controller, which acts as the robot’s “brain”. The manipulator is what makes the robot move, and the design of these systems can be … Related articles

Bio-robots automatic navigation with graded electric reward stimulation based on Reinforcement Learning C Zhang, C Sun, L Gao, N Zheng… – … in Medicine and …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … the Q value table. The distribu- tion of the state and reward in the environment also fits the nature of spatial recognition as the cognitive map in the rat-robots’ brain. The whole navigation model is shown as Fig. 2. At beginning … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

The Challenge of Robotics for Cognitive Architectures A Chella, U Kurup, J Laird, G Trafton, J Vinokurov… – iccm-conference.org … with the environment. In this sense, the main key towards an effective embodiment of a cognitive architecture is the tight integration between the robot brain, the robot body and the external environment. Unmesh Kurup Cognitive … Cited by 1 Related articles

Semantic Spatiotemporal Memory toward 3D Robotic Vision AR Hafiz, K Murase – Robot, Vision and Signal Processing ( …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Detection We used smart-phones platform as a robot brain, and used its camera as eye for our robot, and by utilizing the capability of parallel processing of the platform we could achieve real- time image filters onboard. The …

Sensor based autonomous color line follower robot with obstacle avoidance KM Hasan, A AI-Nahid, KJ Reza… – … (BEIAC), 2013 IEEE, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … An IR obstacle sensor is used to gather information about nearby obstacle that may block the line. Processing all those data from installed sensors, the robot’s brain generates control signals automatically to perform desired movements. Power Voltage • … Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] 100 of the Most Exciting Future Predictions A Trost, V Kravetsky – 2013 – books.google.com … 1. 2050 ROBOT BRAINS BASED ON COMPUTERS THAT EXECUTE 100 TRILLION INSTRUCTIONS PER SECOND WILL START RIVALING HUMAN INTELLIGENCE (They named me Dozen) GENETIC TESTING WILL BE USED TO HALT EPIDEMICS (I’m number one twice …

Wall Following Robot B Dwyer – 2013 – wpi.edu … Figure 1-6: Vex IQ System At the heart of all Vex creations is the “Robot Brain,” which contains a 80MHz Cortex M-4 microprocessor. … Page 14. 13 Figure 1-7: Vex IQ Robot Brain The initial Vex kit gives students a lot of options for construction, and additional components … All 2 versions

Artificial Skin: History, Types And Future Trends C Jeyashree, JMF Shifana, MA Najeeb, V Femi – ijreb.org … the human-robot cooperation. This technology interprets the touch as a command from a human and sends to the robot brain a signal to respond to request. This is a simple way to reduce the accidents in factories where humans works shoulder to shoulder with robots. Page 7. … Related articles

Proven STEM Techniques for Developing the Next Generation Modeling & Simulation Workforce NSWCD Neck, PP Schools – matkinsscienceeducation20042014. … … life examples. Page 5. The NXT robotics kits were the same used by the FIRST LEGO League [16]. The kits include a programmable robot ‘brain’, motors, various sensors, and a set of miscellaneous LEGO parts. The robots were … Related articles All 2 versions

Biomimetic Robots at War: The Ethical Ramifications of American Military-Industrial Complex N Kostur – 2013 – pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu … This development would require the robots themselves to make morally sound decisions on their own. Although there are current experiments investigating the creation of robot brains using neurons from mice and stimulating brain activity through electrical current, there is no … Related articles All 2 versions

Beyond top down: Designing with cubelets MD Gross, C Veitch – Tecnologias, Sociedade e Conhecimento, 2013 – nied.unicamp.br … Here again we would expect to see a central program acting as the robot’s “brain” attached to peripheral sensors and actuators. … These elements are predetermined by the Cubelets. In the same vein, absent the ability to afford memory to the robot “brain”, students … Related articles

Mechanical Reproduction of Human-Like Expressive Speech Using a Talking Robot M Kitani, H Sawada – Biometrics and Kansei Engineering ( …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … After the learning, the relations between articulatory motions and their produced sounds are established in the robot brain, which means that by listening to a certain vocal sound, the robot estimates its articulatory motion to autonomously generate vocal sounds. … Related articles

Neural Network Application in Robotics S Hayat, RN Mall – International Journal of Engineering, 2013 – ijert.org … capabilities may be retained even with major network damage. FUNDAMENTAL DESIGNING OF NEURAL NETWORK • The design of neural networks and how to use them as a robot brain, simple neural network consisting of only two inputs and two outputs. … All 2 versions

Intelligent Systems, Modelling, Simulations And The Applications OF Kelechi, CN Nwaogwugwu, OG Nwaji – 2013 – savap.org.pk … Rules are similar to “productions” used in expert systems. They also have an input and show the corresponding output. The robot brain uses response rules and patterns when it decides what to do in a given situation. In the biological brain, dendrite connections are the pattern. … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Dorktown Diaries: My Teachers Are Dorks J Newton – 2013 – books.google.com … Neither of us have much of an idea about how to hack a robot brain, but we’re going to study up and see if we can find out. … Wendy came back to my house after school today, and we spent a couple hours searching the internet for tips on how to hack a robot brain. …

Is Frankenstein’s creature a machine or artificially created human life? Intentionality between searle and turing M Buzzoni – Epistemologia, 2013 – francoangeli.it … Pace Searle, we have no idea as to how in- tentionality, in this transcendental sense, may be implemented not only in a Turing machine, but also in any robot, brain or living being produced by our scientific and technical intelligence. … Related articles All 4 versions

Artificial Life with Artificial Intelligence I Ali – share-pdf.com … central vision. Like the human eye, the Chip will process very complex images at rapid rates filtering them through to the robot’s brain and enabling it to react in real time.” Page 4. [Ali, 2(3): March, 2013] ISSN: 2277-9655 http … Related articles All 4 versions

Development platform for robot partners using smart phones Y Sakata, J Botzheim, N Kubota – … and Human Science (MHS), …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Therefore, we have built an iOS-robot control system from various perspectives. We use iOS as robot brain, which is necessary to control the gestures used for interaction with human. We use Dynamixel AX-12 (Fig.5) made by Robotis [12] as actuator for iPhonoid. … Related articles

The disappearing human–machine divide K Warwick – Approaching Religion, 2013 – ojs.abo.fi … need to be asked (Warwick 2010). For example, if the robot brain has roughly the same number of human neurons as a typical human brain then could/should it have similar rights to humans ? Also, what if such creatures have … Related articles All 4 versions

Artificial Intelligence and Robotic From the Past to Present EA Far, B Golchin – aeuso.org … Computers also may be able to form conclusions from examination of multiple data bases, thereby building new knowledge from existing knowledge. 5. Artificial intelligence robotics In traditional Artificial Intelligence robot brains are serial processing units. (Figure 3) Figure3. … Related articles

Engineered Devices to Support Stroke Rehabilitation P Marian, I Danut, P Nirvana… – Control Systems and …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Engineered Devices to Support Stroke Rehabilitation Poboroniuc Marian, Irimia Danu Faculty of Electrical Engineering GH. ASACHI Technical University Iaúi, Romania E-mail: mpobor@ee.tuiasi.ro Popescu Nirvana … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Of (Zombie) mice and animats SJ Nasuto, JM Bishop – 2013 – Springer Page 1. Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop Abstract. The Chinese Room Argument purports to show that’ syntax is not sufficient for semantics’; an argument which led John Searle to conclude … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

[BOOK] The Metabarons# 7: Aghora A Jodorowsky, J Gimenez – 2013 – books.google.com Page 1. l W S. .., 0 R 0 D O J Page 2. MORE INFORMATION Writer : Alexandro Jodorowsky Art: Juan Gimenez Book 5 Steelhead Book 6 Dona Vicenta Book 7 Aghora Book 8 No Name, The Last Metabaron SCIFI PUBLICATION …

Walking training after stroke: improvements keeping our feet on the ground G Morone, A Fusco, M Iosa, S Paolucci – Chinese Journal of Contemporary …, 2013 – cjcnn.org … restorative promising approach (ie motor relearning program), a good number of technologies were introduced in last decades: robots, brain computer interfaces, non ? invasive brain stimulators, neuroprostheses and virtual reality. In robotic … All 3 versions

Analytic Functionalism and Mental State Attribution M Phelan, W Buckwalter – academia.edu … In half of the vignettes participants read, David was either a human with a human brain or a robot with a robot brain: …David looks like a [human and he has a normal human brain/ robot. … In these conditions, David was a human with a robot brain, or a robot with a human brain: … Related articles All 3 versions

Exoskeletal Robotics for Functional Substitution JL Pons, JC Moreno, E Rocon – Introduction to Neural …, 2013 – books.google.com Page 347. 17 REvIEw CHAPTER EXOSKELETAL ROBOTICS FOR FUNCTIONAL SUBSTITUTION JosE LUIs PoNs, JUAN C. MoRENo, AND EDUARDo RocoN Bioengineering Group, Spanish Research Council, CSIC, Arganda … Related articles All 4 versions

Perspectives on Our Age: Jacques Ellul Speaks on His Life and Work, by Jacques Ellul Edited by William H. Vandenburg; Translated by Joachim Neugroschel. New … TP Moran – ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 2013 – questia.com … Consider this passage from Perspectives on Our Age: … confronted with the technological phenomenon and the new milieu we live in, we must have “mutants.” Not the mutants of science fiction the technological human beings with a robot’s brain – but quite the opposite. …

Architecture And Applications Of Flying Robot J Solanki – 2013 – ijesr.org … For providing flight to the robot we have to implement robot brain which can take decisionsaccording to situations and react accordingly .Now we talk about the starting and stop of the flying robot. From start point the robot will start its flight for the destination. … Related articles All 2 versions

Increasing Students’ Interest With Low-Cost CellBots RV Aroca, RB Gomes, DM Tavares… – Education, IEEE …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … to execute complex robotics navigation algorithms using the processors of mobile phones [7]. These interesting possibilities were confirmed in a recent report in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine identifying “Smart- phone-based robots: The new robot brains” as one of … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Applied ontologies and standards for service robots T Haidegger, M Barreto, P Gonçalves, MK Habib… – Robotics and …, 2013 – Elsevier Service robotics is an emerging application area for human-centered technologies. The rise of household and personal assistance robots forecasts a human–robot. Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Detecting injection attacks in linear time invariant systems P Loh, G Sabaliauskaite… – Cybernetics and Intelligent …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … In the simulation, Sensor in Fig. 2 corresponds to the right front sensor in Fig. 3. This measures the distances of the robot from the right wall during the simulation and feeds these back to the robot’s “brain”, which is loaded via the soar GUI. … Related articles

Distributed Web Service Architecture Towards Robotic Speech Communication: A Vietnamese Case Study NM Pham, DNH Dau, QH Vu – Int J Adv Robotic Sy, 2013 – cdn.intechopen.com … programmed so as to easily coordinate with the desired voice. SMS implements the knowledge processing and decision- making methods, so we called it the “robot brain”. Since the task is quite trivial for natural language processing … Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] Engineering the Human: Human Enhancement Between Fiction and Fascination BJ Koops – … the Human: Human Enhancement Between Fiction …, 2013 – books.google.com … resemblances. Cyborgs, robot brains, selected embryos and Dutch ambassador of plastic surgery Marijke Helwegen are no clones of each other, yet they are metaphorical brothers and sisters, with an occasional distant aunt. …

Science Visions, Science Fiction and the Roots of Computational Intelligence R Seising – Computational Intelligence in Intelligent Data Analysis, 2013 – Springer … technology of “positronic brains”. Robots are common but com- puters remain very rare; a handful of “thinking machines” with “super robot brains” are used for economic control and scientific research. Asimov also wrote, from … Related articles All 4 versions

The Story of Consciousness JG Taylor – Solving the Mind-Body Problem by the CODAM Neural …, 2013 – Springer … Mathematical models of how these various systems work have been constructed and proved successful to explain many of the phenomena observed by brain scientists. Robot brains have been created that can endow their possessors with powers of reasoning and thinking. … Related articles

Evolving Complex Network Models of Functional Connectivity Dynamics MC Spencer, T Tanay, EB Roesch, MJ Bishop… – Journal of …, 2013 – bel.reading.ac.uk … 188}, }. Experiments with an in-vitro robot brain K. Warwick, SJ Nasuto, VM Becerra, and BJ Whalley in Computing with instinct: rediscovering artificial intelligence, Springer, 2011, pp. 1-16. [Bibtex] @incollection{reading17441 … All 2 versions

Shots to the mind: Violence, the brain and biomedicine in popular novels and film in post-1960s america SM Quinlan – European Journal of American Culture, 2013 – ingentaconnect.com … In the ‘The Bicentennial Man’, Isaac Asimov (1976) explored how future researchers could humanize ‘positronic’ robot brains by grafting transplanted body parts onto them. Even more recently, these ideas have been resurrected in Richard K. Morgan’s Altered Carbon (2002). … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Our Jewish Robot Future: A Novel about the Garden of Eden and the Cyborgian Transformation of the Human Race L Borman – 2013 – books.google.com Page 1. “Oy vey. Be prepared for the WILD RIDE… you will be tossed and turned, amused and edified, and in the end, left slightly dizzy.” -Lorna Landvik, author of Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons © our JEWISH ROBOT future Page 2. rave reviews a “ Oy vey. …

Gender differences in kindergarteners’ robotics and programming achievement A Sullivan, MU Bers – International Journal of Technology and Design …, 2013 – Springer … Its functionality is derived from an embedded micro- computer (or ”robot brain”) and special ports where robotic parts can be connected to the internal micro-computer via wires with LEGO®-compatible connectors (Bers 2010). … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Collision avoidance with a LEGO-car H Lindstrand, S Södergren, P Höglin, D Salminen – 2013 – it.uu.se … A set consists of computer (NXT), sensors, motors and building blocks (LEGO). 2.1.1 NXT The MINDSTORM robots brain is the NXT. The NXT is an intelligent computer-controlled LEGO block, through which the robot can perform different operations. … Related articles

Towards Virtual Therapy for Alcoholic Depression R Uthayasangar, P Wimalaratne – Intelligent Systems Modelling …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … amplifier. The electrodes are constructed using silver (Ag) plates and Spectra 360 electrode gel is applied to improve the skin contact. Each RCX contains a microcontroller as its internal CPU which is the robot “brain”. A touch … Related articles All 4 versions

The rise of machine consciousness: Studying consciousness with computational models JA Reggia – Neural Networks, 2013 – Elsevier Efforts to create computational models of consciousness have accelerated over the last two decades, creating a field that has become known as artificial conscio. Cited by 7 Related articles All 4 versions

Collaboration by design: Using robotics to foster social interaction in kindergarten KTH Lee, A Sullivan, MU Bers – Computers in the Schools, 2013 – Taylor & Francis … In particular, children used a LEGO Robotic Command eXplorers (RCX) brick that served as an embedded microcomputer (or “robot brain”) and contained special ports where robotic parts could be connected to the internal micro-computer via wires with LEGO-compatible … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Post-Westgate SWAT: C4ISTAR Architectural Framework for Autonomous Network Integrated Multifaceted Warfighting Solutions Version 1.0: A Peer-Reviewed … NM Nyagudi – arXiv preprint arXiv:1401.6379, 2013 – arxiv.org Page 1. “Post-Westgate SWAT : C4ISTAR Architectural Framework for Autonomous Network Integrated Multifaceted Warfighting Solutions Version 1.0” : A Peer-Reviewed Monograph [31] by Nyagudi Musandu Nyagudi – Security Analyst Nairobi, Kenya – EAST AFRICA Reader : … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

A Multi-core Heterogeneous Programmable Automation Controller System of Construction Machine W Guoqing, YE Hong, Q Jin, Y Huaxin… – … Indonesian Journal of …, 2013 – iaesjournal.com … Humanoid Dynamic Controller. TELKOMNIKA Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2012; 10(8): 1936-1947. [7] Wang Guoqing, Li Feng. Graphical Integrated Development Environment System for the Robot Brain. Copyright of Computer Software. 2011; No. 0362147. … Related articles All 2 versions

Comparative study of data fusion algorithms in P300 Based BCI MJ Alhaddad, M Kamel, N Al-Otaibi – Advances in Computer Science: an …, 2013 – acsij.org … His research interests are: network Security, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Brain Computer Interface BCI, and Radio Frequency Identification RFID, Data Mining, Semantic Query Optimization, co-operative query answering, distributed databases and Deductive databases. … Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] Transforming thinking: Philosophical inquiry in the primary and secondary classroom CC McCall – 2013 – books.google.com Page 1. Iransrormlng IHIHKIH’ Philosophical Inquiry in the primary an secondary classroom Catherine C. McCall A D ‘d F Ito B k a“ un 00 Originator of ‘Socrates for Six Year Ola Page 2. Transforming Thinking Essential reading … Cited by 25 Related articles All 3 versions

Communication in creative collaborations: The challenges of uncertainty and desire related to task, identity, and relational goals ME Jordan, AS Babrow – Communication Education, 2013 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

Directions Towards Effective Utilization of Tactile Skin-A Review RS Dahiya, P Mittendorfer, M Valle, G Cheng… – 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Copyright (c) 2013 IEEE. Personal use is permitted. For any other purposes, permission must be obtained from the IEEE by emailing pubs-permissions@ieee.org. This article has been accepted for publication in a future issue of this journal, but has not been fully edited. … Cited by 11 Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Goosebumps Most Wanted# 4: Frankenstein’s Dog RL Stine – 2013 – books.google.com Page 1. R o R R E T N o E K A T W E N _ D N A R B A Page 2. FRANKENSTEIN’S DOG RI. STINE SSSSSSSSSSSS C. Page 3. Page 4. Contents Title Page Welcome. You Are Most Wanted. Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter … All 52 versions

A lightweight open source communication framework for native integration of resource constrained robotics devices with ROS A ZOPPI – 2013 – politesi.polimi.it Page 1. POLITECNICO DI MILANO Corso di Laurea MAGISTRALE in Ingegneria Informatica Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria A LIGHTWEIGHT OPEN-SOURCE COMMUNICATION FRAMEWORK FOR NATIVE INTEGRATION OF … Related articles All 2 versions

Performance Metrics for Self-Positioning Autonomous MANET Nodes J Kusyk, J Zou, S Gundry, CS Sahin… – Journal of Cyber …, 2013 – riverpublishers.com Page 1. Performance Metrics for Self-Positioning Autonomous MANET Nodes Janusz Kusyk,1 Jianmin Zou2, Stephen Gundry2, Cem Safak Sahin3 and M. ¨Umit Uyar2 1The United States Patent and Trademark Office, Alexandria … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

The future that never took place: Exploring Detroit’s abandoned buildings M Dicinoski – Meanjin, 2013 – search.informit.com.au … hauntings. ‘A lot of people fear the paranormal,’ John says. ‘But you don’t? ‘Well, in my robot brain, I’ve gotten to know just about every sound that you can hear inside of these buildings. Like, I know when it’s pigeons up above me. … All 2 versions

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submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in STEM Education CT Chang – 2013 – scholarworks.boisestate.edu … Robot Design Designing the robot: Designing specific parts of the robot Robot Build Building all or part of the robot Using tools, working with hardware Programming Coding the robot brain to interface with the electrical and mechanical systems … Related articles

[BOOK] The Nexus Between Artificial Intelligence and Economics AJW van de Gevel, CN Noussair – 2013 – Springer … In this manuscript, the term Artificial Intelligence is used in a very broad sense. It includes, but is not limited to, machine learning, pattern recognition, cognitive architectures, logical models, robot brain architectures, vision, sensor informatics and knowledge engineering. … Related articles All 10 versions

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Real-time trajectory generation for dynamic systems with nonholonomic constraints using player/stage and NTG R Frazier – 2013 – digital.library.louisville.edu … stepper motorized wheels and a front castor wheel, and aluminum core X-beams for customizing. Similarly to the P3-DX, a laptop must be supplied as the robot “brain.” FIGURE 8 – Typical ER-1 Robot Build Page 33. 22 The laptop … Related articles All 2 versions