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 the provider of Automation Anywhere Enterprise, a cognitive robotics process automation platform.
There is also a lot of focus at global tech conferences on the potential of cognitive robotics, with companies putting what were high-concept ideas, like driverless cars and self-navigating drones, into production.
Dedicated to spurring new transformative innovation in the region, fortisss team of PhD and postgraduates will work with IBM in the areas of cognitive robotics and smart manufacturing systems.
Theoretical explorations of cognitive robotics using developmental psychology.
This issue, in today's robotic world, is still hotly debated as "the last remaining mystery," says Owen Holland, a professor of cognitive robotics in the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex (Jha, 2003).
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.
Buckingham said that cognitive robotics may become useful for problems like Fukushima in the future but, in the near term, the nuclear industry would continue to make more use of existing reliable, cost-effective, remote-controlled automation.
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.

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