Robot Brains 2015


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Artificial Brains | Brain Simulation | HBP (Human Brain Project) 2011 | Robot Brains | Robot Brains 2012 | Robot Brains 2013 | Robot Brains 2014


Robot dreams I Asimov – Science Fiction and Philosophy: From Time Travel to …, 2015 – books.google.com … You have created a robot brain capable of dreaming and by this device you have revealed a layer of thought in robotic brains that might have remained undetected, otherwise, until the danger became acute.” “But that’s impossible,” said Linda.“You can’t mean that other robots … Cited by 30 Related articles All 3 versions

Is a Cambrian explosion coming for robotics? GA Pratt – The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2015 – ingentaconnect.com … Similarly, a robot—or a cloud-computing robot “brain”—can use simulation to explore circumstances that may be faced by a robot in the future and to experiment with possible solutions, remembering only those that worked. … Cited by 25 Related articles All 11 versions

[BOOK] Robot Building for Beginners D Cook – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. Technology in AcTion™ THIRD EDITIon Robot BuildingforBeginners David Cook Page 2. Robot Building for Beginners Third Edition David Cook Page 3. Robot Building for Beginners, Third Edition Copyright © 2015 by David Cook This work is subject to copyright. … Cited by 35 Related articles All 10 versions

Artificial intelligence: Robots with instincts C Adami – Nature, 2015 – nature.com … Previous studies in the field of robot cognition 2, 3 have suggested that the ability to plan future actions hinges on the ability to recreate a model of the world inside the robot brain — an abstract version, but one that is accurate enough for mental trials and errors to quickly reveal … Cited by 5 Related articles All 7 versions

[BOOK] Introducing Artificial Intelligence: A Graphic Guide H Brighton – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. ->Introducing ? |TFIGill |NTELLIGENGE | HIMPHIG (HUDE • * * * * Page 2. HENRY BRIGHTON & HOWARD SELINA Page 3. Published by Icon Books Ltd, Omnibus Business Centre, 39–41 North Road, London N79DP … Cited by 26 Related articles All 5 versions

Designing an artificial attention system for social robots P Lanillos, JF Ferreira, J Dias – Intelligent Robots and Systems ( …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Designing an Artificial Attention System for Social Robots Pablo Lanillosa, João Filipe Ferreiraa and Jorge Diasa,b Abstract—In this paper, we introduce the main components comprising the action-perception loop of … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions

Zombie mouse in a Chinese room SJ Nasuto, JM Bishop, EB Roesch… – Philosophy & Technology, 2015 – Springer … Rat navigation guided by remote control. Nature, 417, 37–38.CrossRef. Warwick, K., Nasuto, SJ, Becerra, VM, & Whalley, BJ (2010a). Experiments with an in-vitro robot brain. In Y. Cai (Ed.), Instinctive computing, lecture notes in artificial intelligence (Vol. 5987). … Cited by 4 Related articles All 10 versions

Evolvable robot hardware AFT Winfield, J Timmis – Evolvable Hardware, 2015 – Springer … working around the reality gap. The Golem project evolved robot bodies, but not robot ‘brains’, in the sense that the robot’s control systems were fixed—a continuous cyclic flexing of the robot’s ‘muscle’ segments. If we want to … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions

Integrated intrinsic and dedicated representations of time: A computational study involving robotic agents M Maniadakis, P Trahanias – Timing & Time …, 2015 – booksandjournals.brillonline.com … We use a population of 1000 artificial chromosomes, each one encoding a different CTRNN configura- tion, or a different robot brain. … By maximizing F, we get robot brains that can satisfactorily accomplish the three duration-processing tasks considered in the present study. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Web Integrated Smart Home Infrastructure Using Internet of Things M Joshi, B Kaur – International Journal of Engineering Research and …, 2015 – pnrsolution.org … builds a smart robot consisting of two parts: a smart phone acting as brain and a robot car as body [6]. While user is away from home, he can monitor different parameters of home measured by different sensors in robot body while robot brain acted by smart phone is with him. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

The disappearing human-machine divide K Warwick – Beyond Artificial Intelligence, 2015 – Springer … If this brain then consists of billions of neurons, many social and ethical questions will need to be asked [6]. 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? … Cited by 1 Related articles All 9 versions

Artificial agents perceiving and processing time M Maniadakis, P Trahanias – 2015 International Joint …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … cognitive mechanisms that enable the artificial agent to perceive and process time accomplishing the three behavioral tasks described above [7]. We use a population of 1000 artificial chromosomes, each one encoding a different CTRNN configuration, or a different robot brain. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Closed-loop asymmetric-tip needle steering under continuous intraoperative MRI guidance NA Patel, T van Katwijk, G Li, P Moreira… – 2015 37th Annual …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Closed-loop Asymmetric-tip Needle Steering Under Continuous Intraoperative MRI Guidance Niravkumar A. Patel1, Tim van Katwijk2, Gang Li1, Pedro Moreira2, Weijian Shang1, Sarthak Misra2 and Gregory S. Fischer1 … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

Model of the Reticular Formation of the Brainstem Based on Glial–Neuronal Interactions BJ Mitterauer – Cognitive computation, 2015 – Springer … In a robot brain, these double functions can be implemented as a command and an executive computer. Jellema and coworkers [6] have proposed a perception system working according to an abductive logic. This system can be implemented in a robot brain. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Robot assistance of motor learning: A neuro-cognitive perspective H Heuer, J Lüttgen – Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 2015 – Elsevier The last several years have seen a number of approaches to robot assistance of motor learning. Experimental studies have produced a range of findings from benef. Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Evolutionary humanoid robotics (EHR) M Eaton – Evolutionary Humanoid Robotics, 2015 – Springer … So, while our main emphasis may be on the evolution of the robot brain, that is the control structures and the memory elements which allow the robot to operate effectively in its chosen environment, we can also place some emphasis on the morphology and sensor and motor … Cited by 1 Related articles

The Haikonen Cognitive Architecture For XCR-1 Robot Brain D POSTOLEA, AI URICHIANU – … /Description of CIP–Biblioteca Na?ional? a … – papers.ssrn.com Abstract This article presents an engineering approach towards cognitive and conscious of XCR-1 robot, based on the Haikonen cognitive architecture. The Haikonen cognitive architecture is designed for an embodied perceptive and interactive system, such as a … Related articles

Indoor localization and navigation for a mobile robot equipped with rotating ultrasonic sensors using a smartphone as the robot’s brain J Lim, SJ Lee, G Tewolde… – 2015 IEEE International …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Identifying the exact current location of a robot is a fundamental prerequisite for successful robot navigation. To precisely localize a robot, one popular way is to use particle filters that estimate the posterior probabilistic density of a robot’s state space. But this … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Mastering human-robot interaction control techniques using Chinese Tai Chi Chuan: Mutual learning, intention detection, impedance adaptation, and force borrowing KJ Wang, M Sun, L Zhang… – 2015 Joint IEEE …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. I. INTRODUCTION Physical human-robot interaction (pHRI) has become an important research topic in recent years. It involves close physical body contact between human and robots, which is a very critical technology … Related articles All 3 versions

The coevolution of robot controllers (”brains”) and morphologies (”bodies”)–challenges and opportunities S Nichele – 2015 – Citeseer … Page 5. 5 • Yet, surprisingly the number of real, physical robots with evolved bodies can be counted on the fingers of one hand • 95+% [1]: evolution of robot brains (only the controllers) • 4-%: evolution of robot morphologies in simulation (co-evolution body/brain) … Related articles

Welcome Robot Inventor! D Cook – Robot Building for Beginners, 2015 – Springer … But, all in all, the top choice for robot brains is the microcontroller chip (see Figure 1-2). Microcontrollers are very similar to microprocessors, which are found in personal computers. A microcontroller differs in that it is almost like an entire tiny computer merged into a single piece. … All 4 versions

EEG-Based Brain-Machine Interface (BMI) for Controlling Mobile Robots: The Trend of Prior Studies M Krishnan, M Mariappan – researchgate.net … control the mobile robots. Keywords—Brain-controlled mobile robot, Brain-Machine Interface (BMI), Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), Human-Machine integration control, electroencephalogram (EEG). I. INTRODUCTION RAIN … Related articles

Development of a Self-evolving Conscious System R Matsushita, J Takeno – Procedia Computer Science, 2015 – Elsevier … consciousness. In this study, we give developmental rules to a conscious system built with these MoNADs, and propose a model for a robot brain that achieves self-evolution only through interaction with the environment. Keywords. … All 2 versions

Virtual Nervous Systems for Self-Assembling Robots-A preliminary report N Mathews, AL Christensen, R O’Grady… – arXiv preprint arXiv: …, 2015 – arxiv.org Page 1. Virtual Nervous Systems for Self-Assembling Robots — A preliminary report Nithin Mathews1, Anders Lyhne Christensen2, Rehan O’Grady1, and Marco Dorigo1 1IRIDIA, Université Libre de Bruxelles 2BioMachines Lab, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) … Related articles All 4 versions

Test-retest reliability of fMRI experiments during robot-assisted active and passive stepping L Jaeger, L Marchal-Crespo… – Journal of …, 2015 – jneuroengrehab.biomedcentral.com Skip to main content. Advertisement. Biomed Central logo Menu. Search Search. Publisher main menu. … Related articles All 12 versions

Dreaming of Robots: An Interview About Robots with Bruce Sterling A Marcus – HCI and User-Experience Design, 2015 – Springer … It’s extremely seductive and exciting, but it’s just got no traction on the ground. We’ve got no robot brains. We’re not gonna get robot brains. This renders a whole host of the earlier issues moot. 19.3 Robot Dreams: Present Tense. AM: How would you define robots today? … Related articles

The Merging of Humans and Machines K Warwick – Neurotechnology, Electronics, and Informatics, 2015 – Springer … If this brain then consists of billions of neurons, many social and ethical questions will need to be asked [6]. 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 3 versions

[BOOK] Intelligent Assistive Robots: Recent Advances in Assistive Robotics for Everyday Activities S Mohammed, J Moreno, K Kong, Y Amirat – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics 106 Samer Mohammed Juan C. Moreno Kyoungchul Kong Yacine Amirat Editors Intelligent Assistive Robots Recent Advances in Assistive Robotics for Everyday Activities Page 2. … All 2 versions

Development Of Rope Climbing Robot Using Arduino M Mohamad Rossaifuddin – 2015 – eprints.utem.edu.my … SLOTH robot can be used as a telcpresence robotic system by carrying a small video camera to offer “visual access” in places where access by human presence is dif?cult and dangerous. The robot’s brain is based on the SSC II serial servo controller. …

A Talking Robot and Its Autonomous Learning of Speech Articulation for Producing Expressive Speech H Sawada – Emergent Trends in Robotics and Intelligent Systems, 2015 – Springer … 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 All 3 versions

Joint Stiffness Tuning of Exoskeleton Robot H2 by Tacit Learning S Shimoda, Á Costa, G Asin-Prieto, S Okajima… – Symbiotic …, 2015 – Springer … 4 Conclusion To support the motions by using exoskeleton robots, brains and the robot con- troller should be well synchronized for the good support. In this paper, we proposed the exoskeleton robot controller based on the two biological system features. … Related articles

Social Robotics: Human-Robot Interaction Using EEG Signals and Head Motion. S CAPY – 2015 – eprints2.insa-strasbourg.fr Page 1. Final year internship report Social Robotics: Human-Robot Interaction Using EEG Signals and Head Motion Final year project from 9th March to 7th August 2015 Siméon Capy INSA de Strasbourg Spécialité mécatronique Promotion Pierre Richard … Related articles

Causal network in a deafferented non-human primate brain K Balasubramanian, K Takahashi… – 2015 37th Annual …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Causal Network in a Deafferented Non-human Primate Brain Karthikeyan Balasubramanian1, Member IEEE-EMBS, Kazutaka Takahashi1, Senior Member IEEE, Nicholas G Hatsopoulos1,2 Abstract— De-afferented … Related articles All 5 versions

A Review on Brain Imaging Techniques for BCI Applications S Bhattacharyya, A Khasnobish, P Ghosh… – … Image Analysis and …, 2015 – books.google.com Page 65. 39 Chapter 3 A Review on Brain Imaging Techniques for BCI Applications Saugat Bhattacharyya Jadavpur University, India Anwesha Khasnobish Jadavpur University, India Poulami Ghosh Jadavpur University, India … All 3 versions

Happiness, the AI way S Adee – New Scientist, 2015 – Elsevier … He and his team have started working with NASA to design robot brains with emotional intelligence, to be used for exploring planetary surfaces. The “Brian” in question is Brian Fitzpatrick, a founding investor in Emoshape, the company that makes EmoSPARK. …

Joint Stiffness Tuning of Exoskeleton Robot H2 by Tacit Learning S Okajima, E Ináez, Y Hasegawa, JM Azor?n… – … , Symbiotic 2015, Berlin, …, 2015 – Springer … There results suggest that the stiffness tuning would be used to tune the walking speed. 4 Conclusion To support the motions by using exoskeleton robots, brains and the robot con- troller should be well synchronized for the good support. … Related articles All 2 versions

Brain computer interface based assistive device CR Ramesh, LB Das – Advances in Computing, …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Brain Computer Interface Based Assistive Device Ramesh CR Department of ECE National Institute of Technology, Calicut Calicut, India ramesh_m130418ec@nitc.ac.in Lyla B Das Department of ECE National Institute of Technology, Calicut Calicut, India lbd@nitc.ac.in … Related articles

Simplified online Q-learning for LEGO EV3 robot K Xu, F Wu, J Zhao – 2015 IEEE International Conference on …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The second approach is to use computer as robots’ brain with wire or wireless connections to robots instead of robots’ embedded CPU and memories[4]. Computer has much larger memories and much faster CPU which makes implementation of a much stronger RL algorithm … Related articles

A robo-pigeon based on an innovative multi-mode telestimulation system J Yang, R Huai, H Wang, C Lv… – Bio-Medical Materials and …, 2015 – content.iospress.com … confirming the practicality of the “virtual fear” behavioral model. Keywords: Robo-pigeon, bio-robot, brain-computer interface, telestimulation system, multi-mode 1. Introduction Brain computer interface (BCI) research began in the … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

CRALA: Towards a domain specific language of architecture-centric Cloud robotics H Zhang, L Zhang, Z Fang, H Trannois… – Information and …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Furthermore, Qureshi and Koubaa [12] has sum- marized five traits of performance enhancement by using Cloud robotics: 1) Robot brain, 2) Big Data, 3) Collective Learning, 4) Intelligence and Behavior, and 5) Cloud architecture. … Related articles

The Anthropomorphic Robot Arm Joint Control Parameter Tuning Based on Ziegler Nichols PID R Wang, Y Dai – 2015 3rd International Conference on …, 2015 – atlantis-press.com … closed-loop control. 1. Introduction Anthropomorphic robot hand control node’s task [1][2][3]is to receive robot “brain” (PC) instruction and complete the hand motor speed and position control. Personification robot hand motor … Related articles All 2 versions

On the effect of swarm collective behavior on human perception: Towards brain-swarm interfaces GK Karavas, P Artemiadis – Multisensor Fusion and Integration …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. On the Effect of Swarm Collective Behavior on Human Perception: Towards Brain-Swarm Interfaces George K. Karavas and Panagiotis Artemiadis Abstract—Swarms of autonomous robots consist of a large number of … Related articles All 6 versions

Brain Tissue Model Classification for Telesurgery Navigation SB Marco, CG Carlos, SB Juan… – International Journal of …, 2015 – search.proquest.com … surgery-robot-revealed.html. Web End =ry-robot-revealed.html. [3] DPA. (2003). World’s first robot brain surgeon developed. [Online]. Available: http://www.smh.com.au/articles/ 2003/01/15/1042520673704.html. [4] WS Melvin, JM … Related articles All 3 versions

Ghost Knifefish In The Machine D Ferber – Mechanical Engineering, 2015 – search.proquest.com … Both actual ants and Webb’s ant robots screen out information on contrast, color, and texture, and detect only the silhouette of the surrounding skyline. Less information to process means a robot brain would need less in the way of hardware, software, and the electricity to run. … All 3 versions

Voice Controlled BOEbot using PointBug Algorithm for Human Robot Interaction using Android Technology N Choudhury, CT Singh – International Journal of Computer …, 2015 – search.proquest.com … developers. The robot brain consists of a microcontroller which need not be burnt with the program code but can simply be downloaded with the code and is extremely easy to decipher and execute the commands. Moreover … Related articles All 6 versions

Feasibility study of a novel rehabilitation training system for upper limb based on emotional control S Guo, X Zhao, W Wei, J Guo, F Zhao… – 2015 IEEE International …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. Feasibility Study of a Novel Rehabilitation Training System for Upper Limb Based on Emotional Control Shuxiang Guo1,3 and Xin Zhao1 Wei Wei2 and Jian Guo1 Fang Zhao1 and Yuye Hu1 1 Tianjin Key Laboratory … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Collective transportation of objects by a swarm of robots S TORABI – publications.lib.chalmers.se … 10 2.2.7 Robot brain . . … 2.2.7 Robot brain While the physical components of a robot, such as its sensors and motors, often remain unchanged between simulations, the robotic brain must be adapted to the current task. Robotic brains can be implemented in many different ways. … Related articles

Girls and Design: Exploring the Question of Technological Imagination1 by Margaret Honey, Babette Moeller, Cornelia Brunner, Dorothy Bennett, Peggy JH Clements – JSTOR … Page 8. Page Transformations Figure 1. Beth’s Robot and Label Descriptions 1: This is one half o? the robot’s brain. It sends messages to the robot and the robot will understand everything you say! 2: This is the other half of its brain. … Related articles

An Experiment with circular saw blade–SPIKE Robot O Singh, R Sharma, PV Kumar, A Gupta – academia.edu … One scientific team has said that it is achievable that a robot brain will exist by 2020. A computer scientist, scientific author and a mathematician Vernor Vinge has suggested that a moment may come when computers and robots are smarter than humans. … Related articles All 2 versions

Real-time man-machine interface and control using deliberate eye blink D Bansal, R Mahajan, S Roy… – International Journal …, 2015 – inderscienceonline.com Page 1. 370 Int. J. Biomedical Engineering and Technology, Vol. 18, No. 4, 2015 Copyright © 2015 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Real-time man–machine interface and control using deliberate eye blink Dipali Bansal* Electronics … Related articles

Extendibility, Scalability and Fault-Tolerance Methods for Cloud Robots Especially for Cloud Nanorobots D Zhu – Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 2015 – ingentaconnect.com … Robots brain module Robots monitoring module Sensors Cloud brain module Collaboration module Knowledge base module … The robot node encompasses its robots brain module, robots monitoring module, the first communication mod- ule and sensors. … Related articles

Comparators D Cook – Robot Building for Beginners, 2015 – Springer … You can try it yourself with the comparator circuit coming up in this chapter. Obtaining Comparators. Comparators are useful for many robot functions other than robot brains. They are often used to simplify sensor inputs by comparing the sensors to adjustable voltage levels. … All 4 versions

Virtual Standardized Patients for Assessing the Competencies of Psychologists TD Parsons – 2015 – psychology.unt.edu … A series of devices with sensors and computer- simulated brains have been built in Gerald Edelman’s (2006) Neurosciences Institute in La Jolla. The robot brains are modeled on human anatomy, complete with versions of visual cortex, inferotemporal cortex, and hippocampus. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Well-Oiled Machines: Collaborative Work in Robotics S Slovenski – 2015 – discoverarchive.vanderbilt.edu … Computers are another key physical component of robotics learning contexts. Computers are used to write programs that are then downloaded onto the robot ‘brain’ and executed by the robot. The sets of robot brain, computer … Related articles All 3 versions

Evolutionary robotics in two decades: A review S Gupta, E Singla – Sadhana, 2015 – Springer … With the work of (Sims 1994a ), the feasibility to obtain an evolutionary process to simultaneously design robot morphology as well as robot brain has been introduced. … A number of researchers have worked for evolving robot brains using artificial evolution. … Related articles All 3 versions

Application of Component-Based Software Engineering in Building a Surveillance Robot C More, L Colaco, R Sardinha – … of the 3rd International Conference on …, 2015 – Springer … 4.2 Component Analysis Different components were evaluated based on their technical specifications and interoperability. Traditionally, micro-controllers have been used as robot “brains” that give commands to its various other components as to what needs to be done. … Related articles

BCI Data Classification for Hand Rehabilitation M Maracine, A Radu, D Popescu – 2015 20th International …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Page 1. BCI Data Classification for Hand Rehabilitation Mihaela M?r?cine1, Alexandra Radu1, Decebal Popescu1 1 Computer Science Department Faculty of Automatic Control and Computers, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania … Related articles

The Theory of neural Cognition applied to Robotics CF Touzet – 2015 – intechopen.com … The typical questions concerning super-intelligent robots gone wrong, such as in the case of The Terminator, are not relevant here, since the robot brain (just like the human brain) will only represent its experienced situations. … Cited by 5 Related articles All 7 versions

Reviewing Tests for Machine Consciousness A Raoult, R Yampolskiy – 2015 – academia.edu Page 1. Reviewing Tests for Machine Consciousness A. Raoult, R. Yampolskiy November 28, 2015 Abstract The accelerating advances in the fields of neuroscience, artificial intelli- gence, and robotics have been reviving interest … Related articles

Community driven artificial intelligence development for robotics C Kertész, M Turunen – 2015 – uta32-kk.lib.helsinki.fi … libmindaibo: The behavior based robot brain for AIBO with motor control and machine learning. • libmindsession/libmindpiece: These modules can connect to AIBO, transfer the robot state to PC and simulate the robot brain with the downloaded data on the laptop later. … Related articles All 6 versions

Multistable Roboethics C Hasse – Technoscience and Postphenomenology: The …, 2015 – books.google.com … Before it came to this cordial relationship Silbot had to be reconfig- ured in order to take part in the amalgamations formed at the rehabilitation center. The problem was that the robots’ brain-training program developed in South Korea was directly translated into Danish. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] A Neuroscientist Looks at Robots D Pfaff – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. A Neuroscºn?is Donald Pfaff Page 2. A Neuroscientist Looks at Robots Page 3. This page intentionally left blank This page intentionally left blank Page 4. World Scientific Page 5. Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. … Related articles All 4 versions

A Talking Robot and the Expressive Speech Communication with Human H SAWADA – International Journal of Affective Engineering, 2015 – jlc.jst.go.jp … 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 by using its … Related articles All 2 versions

ARkits: architectural robotics kits H Larrea-Tamayo – 2015 – dspace.mit.edu Page 1. ARkits: Architectural Robotics kits By Hasier Larrea-Tamayo BS Industrial Engineering MS Industrial Engineering ARCHIVES MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF rECHNOLOLGY JUN 12 2015 LIBRARIES University of Navarra, 2012 … Cited by 3 Related articles

[BOOK] Just ordinary robots: automation from love to war L Royakkers, R van Est – 2015 – books.google.com … With Vision 3 1.2 Technically Speaking 6 1.2.1 From Automata to Robots 6 1.2.2 Robot-Friendly Environments 8 1.2.3 The Robot Body 10 1.2.3.1 Appearance Is Important 10 1.2.3.2 Opportunities for Physical Activity 12 1.2.3.3 Artificial Senses 13 1.2.4 The Robot Brain 14 1.2 … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

[BOOK] Making Simple Robots: Exploring Cutting-Edge Robotics with Everyday Stuff K Ceceri – 2015 – books.google.com … For scientists, knowing that a robot brain doesn’t need to take up more room than a postage stamp means they can design robot bodies out of the most unexpected materials: soft polymers, folded paper, fabric that can bend and stretch instead of breaking. …

Testing robot controllers using constraint programming and continuous integration M Mossige, A Gotlieb, H Meling – Information and Software Technology, 2015 – Elsevier … This enables fast control loops and is essential to make the system precise and accurate. The result of this design principle is that some of the controllers are placed at different locations on the robot, while others are located in a control cabinet close to the robot brain. … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

Venus In Microsoft: male mas(s)ochism and cybernetics S Pfohl – CTheory, 2015 – journals.uvic.ca … Whose sex is this and whose male mas(s)ochistic future? “You’ve just been wheeled into the operating room. A robot brain surgeon is in attendance. By your side is a computer waiting to become a human equivalent, lacking only a program to run. … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

[BOOK] Night and the Enemy H Ellison – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. p NIGHT and the ENEMY Written by Harlan Ellison® © 1987, 2015 by The Kilimanjaro Corporation All Rights Reserved www. harlanellisonbooks.com New Material by Harlan Ellison® © 2015 …

The Technological Future W Barfield – Cyber-Humans, 2015 – Springer … 47 The days of robots performing simple manufacturing tasks manually controlled by humans are far from over, and yet there’s a land rush going on among startups vying to build a better robot brain and sensors which would allow machines to operate autonomously. … Related articles

Self-structuring of motile astrocytic processes within the network of a single astrocyte BJ Mitterauer – Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 2015 – search.proquest.com … Since technical testing devices are limited, the implementation in a robot brain capable of self-observing and structuring environmental information could provide a biomimetic machine that teaches us where we are right and wrong in brain research. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Service Leadership in Service Organization G Latemore – researchgate.net … In the final series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, captain Jean Luc Picard is both a head and heart person, while his science officer is an android called ‘Data’ (a head entity). Data has an emotion chip installed into his positronic robot brain. …

SHF: SMALL: Simplifying Electronics Design for Students and Experts S Swanson – cseweb.ucsd.edu … Week 5 Students use Jet to design a robot that incorporates the components they learned about in weeks 2-4. The design will be subject to cost constraints, size constraints, and the limitations of the Arduino microcontrollers that serve as the robots “brain.” … Related articles

[BOOK] Medical Robotics A Schweikard, F Ernst – 2015 – Springer Page 1. Achim Schweikard · Floris Ernst Medical Robotics Page 2. Medical Robotics Page 3. Page 4. Achim Schweikard• Floris Ernst Medical Robotics 123 Page 5. Achim Schweikard Institute for Robotics and Cognitive Systems University of Lübeck Lübeck, Germany … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Investigating intertemporal choice through experimental evolutionary robotics F Paglieri, D Parisi, M Patacchiola, G Petrosino – Behavioural processes, 2015 – Elsevier In intertemporal choices, subjects face a trade-off between value and delay: achieving the most valuable outcome requires a longer time, whereas the immediately. Related articles All 4 versions

Interdisciplinary Education for Research and Everyday Clinical Practice: Lessons Learned from InteRDoCTor Project T Komendzi?ski, J Dreszer-Drogorób… – … Culture and Ethics …, 2015 – books.google.com Page 102. 78 Chapter 4 Interdisciplinary Education for Research and Everyday Clinical Practice: Lessons Learned from InteRDoCTor Project Tomasz Komendzi?ski Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toru?, Poland Joanna … Related articles All 3 versions

Effects of Wireless Power Transfer on Capacitive Coupling Human Body Communication R Zhang, H Liu, Q Shao, G Li… – … /ASME Transactions on …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Sciences, Beijing, China. He is a Guest Professor at Northeastern University, China. His research interests include robotic manipulation, medical robot, brain–computer interface, regenerative medicine, and system identification. Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Superintelligence: Fears, Promises and Potentials B Goertzel – jetpress.org A peer-reviewed electronic journal published by the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. ISSN 1541-0099. 25(2) – December 2015. Superintelligence: Fears, Promises and Potentials. Reflections on Bostrom’s Superintelligence … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

An fMRI Study of Command Following and Communication Using Overt and Covert Motor Responses: Implications for Disorders of Consciousness NR Osborne – 2015 – ir.lib.uwo.ca Page 1. Western University Scholarship@Western Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository August 2015 An f MRI Study of Command Following and Communication Using Overt and Covert Motor Responses: Implications for Disorders of Consciousness … Related articles

[BOOK] Evolutionary Humanoid Robotics M Eaton – 2015 – Springer Page 1. SPRINGER BRIEFS IN INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, MULTIAGENT SYSTEMS, AND COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Malachy Eaton Evolutionary Humanoid Robotics Page 2. SpringerBriefs in Intelligent Systems … Cited by 5 Related articles All 7 versions

[BOOK] The cybernetics moment: Or why we call our age the information age RR Kline – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. T1: … : CYTE ER NIETI ICS N/ IONA (IENT OR WHY WE CALL OUR AGE THE INFORMATION AGE Page 2. The Cybernetics Moment Page 3. New Studies in American Intellectual and Cultural History Jeffrey Sklansky, Series Editor Page 4. … Cited by 11 Related articles All 2 versions

Immersive Telerobotic Modular Framework using stereoscopic HMDs FAC Rodrigues – 2015 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt Page 1. FACULDADE DE ENGENHARIA DA UNIVERSIDADE DO PORTO Immersive Telerobotic Modular Framework using stereoscopic HMD’s Filipe André Cachada Rodrigues Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Informática e Computação … Cited by 1 Related articles

[BOOK] Cognitive Robotics H Samani – 2015 – books.google.com … This assumes of course that we accept, as being a different robot, a new robot “brain”, ie its software, in a pre-existing robot body. Failing such acceptance society would need to rely on Wilks’s solution and destroy all copies. What of imprisonment? … Cited by 4 Related articles All 2 versions

Systems Modeling GE Mobus, MC Kalton – Principles of Systems Science, 2015 – Springer … to minutes for short-term memory, to hours for intermediate-term memory, to very long-term memory encoding in days) were used and produced results that were close enough to real synaptic dynamics to simulate learning long-term associations in robot brains (Mobus 1994). … Related articles

[BOOK] Edmund Berkeley and the Social Responsibility of Computer Professionals B Longo – 2015 – books.google.com … Once it became clear that the metaphors of “mechanical brain” and “robot brain” had been instrumental in shaping our understanding of humancomputer relations, it was not long before Steve Lubar2 suggested that I look into the work of Edmund Callis Berkeley, who had … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] Cyber-Humans: Our Future with Machines W Barfield – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. Cyber-Humans Our Future with Machines Our Future with Machines Page 2. Cyber-Humans Page 3. Woodrow Barfield Cyber-Humans Our Future with Machines 1 3 Page 4. Woodrow Barfield Chapel Hill, NC USA ISBN … Cited by 5 Related articles

A Low-Cost Indoor Positioning System AK Orten – 2015 – duo.uio.no Page 1. A Low-Cost Indoor Positioning System Eurobot (2015) André Kramer Orten Master’s Thesis Autumn 2015 Page 2. Page 3. A Low-Cost Indoor Positioning System André Kramer Orten 3rd August 2015 Page 4. Page 5. Abstract Eurobot is an annual robotics competition. … Related articles

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[BOOK] Future Wars… and Other Punchlines H Davis – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. IITRE- AND OTHER PUNCH INES º Including stories by David Drake * Frederik Pohl Clifford D. Simak Robert Sheckley Gordon R. Dickson Sarah A. Hoyt and more . . . Lºvi? Page 2. Table of Contents Copyrights of Stories … Related articles

[BOOK] Mockingbird W Tevis – 2015 – books.google.com Page 1. – – – – – wALTER TEVIs – – Mockingbird – science fiction’s great neglected master, one of the . definitive bridges between SF and literature : AL *”. f Page 2. MOCKINGBIRD Walter Tevis www.sfgateway.com Page 3. … Cited by 3 Related articles

Technological Moral Proxies and the Ethical Limits of Automating Decision-Making In Robotics and Artificial Intelligence J Millar – 2015 – qspace.library.queensu.ca Page 1. TECHNOLOGICAL MORAL PROXIES AND THE ETHICAL LIMITS OF AUTOMATING DECISION-MAKING IN ROBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE by Jason L Millar A thesis submitted to the Department of Philosophy in conformity with the requirements for … Related articles All 2 versions

In the year 2061: from law to technological management R Brownsword – Law, Innovation and Technology, 2015 – Taylor & Francis … According to Asimov: ‘Much effort will be put into the designing of vehicles with “Robot-brains” vehicles that can be set for particular destinations and that will then proceed there without interference by the slow reflexes of a human driver. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

The Implications of Self-Driving Cars on Insurance A LoBello – 2015 – digitalcommons.bryant.edu … predicting self-driving technology fifty years into the future, 2014. He described these cars as equipped with “robot brains” to set predetermined destinations and make decisions quicker than humans. The Economist also explained how self-driving cars will “talk” to each other … Related articles

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