A cognitive robot is an artificial intelligence embodied in either a physical (robotic) or virtual (avatar) body which while not necessary sentient, is sapient. In other words, it has the ability to process its own input and make its own logical or rational judgements based on that input.
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Modelled loosely on the design of the robot BigDog, Boston Dynamics' latest quadruped combat robot prototype manages to shatter a 23 year-old record for the fastest legged robot on Earth.
How do you spot a robot mimic of a human? How do you recognise and deactivate a rebellious servant robot? How do you escape a murderous smart home? This dry humoured survival guide, written by a genuine roboticist teaches the worried how to survive a robot mutiny.
Mind as Machine: A History of Cognitive Science comes as a two volume set, of 1631 pages between them. They are the first attempt at chronicling the entire 50-year history of the field, and showing how the paths are laid for future research. Both books are invaluable for this reason, as well as providing very intriguing and useful reading for anyone interested in creating powerful AI, or interfacing their brain with a computer, or even seeing where others have trod before.
A look at the first passive walking robot that walks like a human, rather than stomping around like a robot. Can prosthesis and avatars also benefit from this concept?
The da Vinci System is called "da Vinci" because Leonardo da Vinci invented the first robot Leonardo also used unparalleled anatomical accuracy and three-dimensional details to bring his masterpieces to life; thus the robot was named after him. First cleared by the American FDA in 2000, the DaVinci surgical robot is designed to enable minimally invasive, complex surgery.
The first of Issac Asimov?s robot books, I, Robot is a collection of nine short stories, involving humanity?s future, when robots are a part of everyday life. Using positronic brains and the three laws of Robotics (which have since become staple of sci-fi) the robots are hardwired to.
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The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has awarded the title of ?Robot of the Year, 2006? to a cleaning robot, after examining all new developments last year.
The robot that won the award, won due to its ability...
European researchers in robotics, psychology and cognitive sciences have developed a robot that can predict the intentions of its human partner. This ability to anticipate (or question) actions could make human-robot interactions more natur...
Moderate physical activity performed in midlife or later appears to be associated with a reduced risk of mild cognitive impairment, whereas a six-month high-intensity aerobic exercise program may improve cognitive function in individuals wh...
Japan has staged a special 'robot athletic meeting' in which household robots compete in football and dance competitions.
The robot dog Aibo is by far the most popular, and software updates even have them smelling one anot...
The Aikon robot was created by Fr?d?ric Fol Leymarie and Patrick Tresset, computer scientists at Goldsmiths, University of London. It attempts to recreate the thought process that Tresset, a former draughtsman, unconsciously moves through w...