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AI robot

(Artificial Intelligence robot) A somewhat redundant term for robot because most robots use some form of artificial intelligence (AI). Robots that are not AI-enabled would perform a set of tasks with little or no decision making. See AI and robot.
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Let's start with a profitable, useful, popular AI robot, one that's in millions of homes around the world and in use since 2002.
'Although in its infancy, the AI robot is progressing very fast,' Chen said.
Let's say you programmed an AI robot to make a hamburger, wrap it in paper, place it in a bag, then give it to the customer, the latter task defined as putting the bag within two feet of the customer in a way that enables the customer to grasp it.
When do we confer personhood to an AI robot? Does it even matter if an AI is conscious?
The AI robot made the remarks during a conversation with Rep.
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Cynthia Breazeal, one of the researchers and director of the Personal Robots Group at MIT's Media Lab (as well as cofounder and chief scientist of the company developing an AI robot called Jibo), says that it's not new for children to anthropomorphize technology.
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But long before that, an AI robot or computer would become self-aware and would not be interested in remaining under human control, Barrat argues.
The STAIR (Stanford AI robot) (figure 2) platform succeeded in opening doors 91.2 percent in a total of 34 trials.