STRIPS or Stanford Research Institute Problem Solver, is the great grand ancestor of most if not all modern day AI self determination algorithms, including AGI. This venerable ancestor was born in the early 1970s, and was an (at the time) revolutionary approach for allowing simple robots to navigate and study their environment.
Below, we offer a selection of links from our resource databases which may match this term.
Related Dictionary Entries for STRIPS:
Resources in our database matching the Term STRIPS:
Results by page
Industry News containing the Term STRIPS:
Konarka Technologies, Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. In its labs, strips of what appear to be plastic film wait. Five centimeters wide, ten centimetres long, these strips are abundant in huge numbers.
What are they? Solar panels...
Mohsen Shahinpoor, a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Maine has created a robot version of the infamous bug eating Venus Flytrap, using a material he invented himself several years ago. Named ionic polymeric metal co...
Ever since graphene was discovered in 2004, this one-atom thick, super strong, carbon-based electrical conductor has been billed as a "wonder material" that some physicists think could one day replace silicon in computer chips.
For years, researchers have touted graphene as the magic material for the next generation of high-speed electronics, but so far it hasn't proved practical. Now a new way of making nanoscale strips of carbon--the building block of graphene-...
Whether energy supply or electromobility – batteries are a key component. At Hannover Messe from April 23-27, researchers will present lithium batteries with improved properties: they‘re quick-charging, pliable, pressure-resistant or optima...