intelligent robot

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intelligent robot

[in′tel·ə·jənt ′rō‚bät]
(control systems)
A robot that functions as an intelligent machine, that is, it can be programmed to take actions or make choices based on input from sensors.
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It is therefore critical to understanding human-human interaction, and human-system interaction in a range of technology applications from mobile phones to cognitive robotics and to the enhancement of clinical and educational interventions with typical and atypical populations.
James also worked closely with the Cardiff Institute for the Blind, the Cognitive Robotics Research Centre in Newport, and Wales Autism Research Centre in connection with various aspects of shooting his ambitious film.
The researchers presented their findings at the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Karlsruhe, Germany, where their paper was nominated for a Best Cognitive Robotics Paper Award.
But ARL engineers specializing in human factors integration are leading military efforts in cognitive robotics research to take ground-based robotic systems beyond architectures that support a robot's working memory, to architectures that will support perception and long-term memory.
Garrett aspires to become a computer science researcher and work with artificial intelligence and cognitive robotics.
The Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics centre (CN-CR) will discover more about how the brain learns, ages and recovers from severe injuries and degenerative or developmental neurological disorders.
If you're trying to drive a car, and all of a sudden your network becomes slow, your vehicle is going to crash," says Paul DeBitetto, leader of the cognitive robotics group at Boston-based Draper Laboratory, which assisted the team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The keynote and invited papers explore such topics as probabilistic graphical models in complex industrial applications, hybrid intelligent systems and cognitive robotics, natural language processing, and the application of data mining techniques as a complement to natural inflow uni-variable stochastic forecasting.
Objective: Recent models from cognitive robotics research have recently begun to appreciate the entwined relationship between language and action, and have proposed to ground robots language understanding in sensorimotor representations.
Spelman along with Carnegie Mellon University, a research I institution known for its computer science and robotics education, will develop and teach robotics technology and cognitive robotics curriculum on the campuses of Hampton University, Florida A&M University and University of the District of Columbia.
The applicant will be able to capitalize on his background in cognitive robotics and crucially expand his research and complementary skills.

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