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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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The question mentions "walking robot", but it may be illustrative to re-frame the discussion in terms of self-driving cars, because: It gives a common point of reference, rather than everyone havin …
answered Aug 5 '16 by NietzscheanAI
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In the broadest sense, the difference is that non-robotic A(G)I may not be possible because, as per this question, it could be that "Intelligence requires a body". More specifically, it could be that …
answered Aug 8 '16 by NietzscheanAI