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Questions tagged [robots]

A robot is a physical device capable of independent movement. Use this tag for questions involving the relationship of AI with robots. If you have questions about the physical aspect of robots, you should see if it fits our sister site Robotics, at https://robotics.stackexchange.com.

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Can Artificial Intelligence be utilized for religious needs?

Artificial Intelligence is often utilized to increase the productivity. A typical example is a pick&place robot arm who helps a company to reduce the costs. The idea is, that the robotarm works ...
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What is the difference between a mechanical robot and the electronic version?

In the Cabaret Mechanical Theatre [1] some examples for cam disc driven machines are given. What the visitor can expect are rotating ballet dancers and blacksmith androids which are made out of wood. ...
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Make 9 AIs to replace Supreme Court justices

Since the supreme court is always political, why not program 9 AI robots that use different methods to determine whether a law is constitutional and the outcome of cases. How would engineers go about ...
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Genetic programming with “karel the robot”?

Karel the robot is an education software comparable to turtle graphics to teach programming for beginners. It's a virtual stackbased interpreter to run a domain specific language for moving a robot in ...
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Which Algorithm is best for Robots? [closed]

I am a student and I study Algorithms like tree search algorithm graph search algorithm Then apply BFS DFS UCS IDS DLS Where are all these algorithms are used? I know there is a long list of ...
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Can we combine multiple different neural networks in one?

I want to make a kind of robotic brain i.e. a big neural network, which includes NLP model (for understanding human voice) , real-time object recognition (so it can identify particular object), face ...
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What if we took a recursive approach and built a smallest possible robot?

What if we took a recursive approach and built a smallest possible first robot (Robot 1) that could transfer information and data about the place it was at and could build itself in a very small size ...
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Is the smartest robot more clever than the stupidest human?

Most humans are not good at chess. They can't write symphonies. They don't read novels. They aren't good athletes. They aren't good at logical reasoning. Most of us just get up. Go to work in a ...
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What can be built using a lot of researchers?

The German research initiative “Sonderforschungsbereich 588” was active from 2001-2012 and has developed a humanoid robot, called ARMAR. According to the old pictures, the first version ARMAR I was ...
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Constraints of embedded Artificial Intelligence for a robot

So I was wondering about the actual constraints in the field of Artificially Intelligent agent/robot. We have been able to replicate most of human sensory functions like: Vision - Computer Algorithms ...
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How can genetic programming be used for robot path planning?

I have been reading quite a few papers (chapter 7) on genetic programming and its applications. Unfortunately, I can not wrap my head around how one could apply genetic programming to robotics, for ...
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Are the dialogs at Sophia's (the robot) appearings scripted?

I talk about the robot from: Hanson Robotics, which was granted the right to citizenship from Saudi Arabia. I have found the following articles: Your new friend is a humanoid robot source: ...
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Could a multi-camera SLAM system that is accurate at low driving speeds be equally accurate at high driving speeds?

Could a multi-camera SLAM system for self-driving cars that is accurate to under 10 cm (3.9 in) at parking lot speeds (i.e. very low driving speeds) retain this level of accuracy at high driving ...
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How do English language robots work?

By English language robots I mean something like this: http://www.tolearnenglish.com/free/celebs/audreyg.php I don't know what they called exactly, but interested to know how they work and how can I ...
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What jobs cannot be automatized by AI in the future?

AI is progressing drastically, and imagine they tell you you're fired because a robot will take your place. What are some jobs that can never be automated?
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How to achieve recognition of postures and gestures?

I'd like to investigate the possibility of achieving similar recognition as it's in Honda's ASIMO robotp.22 which can interpret the positioning and movement of a hand, including postures and gestures ...
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What is the difference between artificial intelligence and robots?

What is the difference between artificial intelligence and robots?
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How can thousand-robot swarm coordinate their moves without bumping into each other?

How can a swarm of small robots (like Kilobots) walking close to each other achieve collaboration without bumping into each other? For example, one study shows programmable self-assembly in a thousand-...
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How close are we to creating Ex Machina?

Are there any research teams which attempted to create or have already created an AI robot which can be as close to intelligent as these found in Ex Machina or I, Robot movies? I'm not talking about ...
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Is it ethical to implement self-defence for street walking AI robots?

Would it be ethical to implement AI for self-defence for public walking robots which are exposed to dangers such as violence and crime such as robbery (of parts), damage or abduction? What would be ...