WhatArtificial intelligence (AI) is the intelligence of machinesand the branch of computer science that aims to create it.Intelligence:- is the ability to adapt ones behavior to fitnew circumstances.John McCarthy, who coined the term in 1956, defines it as"the science and engineering of making intelligentmachines.“The field was founded on the claim that a central propertyof humans, intelligence—the sapience of Homo sapiens—can be so precisely described that it can be simulated by amachine.
KISMAT Robot Kismet is a robot made in the late 1990s at Massachusetts Institute of Technology by Dr. Cynthia Breazeal. The robots auditory, visual and expressive systems were intended to allow it to participate in human social interaction and to demonstrate simulated human emotion and appearance. The name Kismet comes from the Arabic, Turkish, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi word meaning "fate" or sometimes "luck“. Kismet simulates emotion through various facial expressions, vocalizations, and movement. Facial expressions are created through movements of the ears, eyebrows, eyelids, lips, jaw, and head. The cost of physical materials is an estimated US$25,000.
Kismet now resides at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts
TOPIO Robot TOPIO ("TOSY Ping Pong Playing Robot") is a bipedal humanoid robot designed to play table tennis against a human being. It has been developed since 2005 by TOSY, a robotics firm in Vietnam. It was publicly demonstrated at the Tokyo International Robot Exhibition (IREX) on November 28, 2007. TOPIO 3.0 (the latest version of TOPIO) stands approximately 1.88 m (6 2") tall and weighs 120 kg (264 lbs). Every TOPIO uses an advanced artificial intelligence system to learn and continuously improve its skill level while playing
TOPIO, a humanoid robot, played table tennis atTokyo International Robot Exhibition (IREX) 2009.
ASIMO Robot ASIMO is a humanoid robot created by Honda. Introduced in 2000, ASIMO, which is an acronym for "Advanced Step in Innovative MObility", was created to be a helper to people. At 130 cm (4 feet, 3 inches) tall and 54 kg (119 lbs), ASIMO was designed to operate in real-world environments, with the ability to walk or run on two feet at speeds up to 3.7 mph (6km/h). ASIMO visited the Ontario Science Center in Toronto in May 2011 and demonstrated its abilities to Canadian students. The robot later traveled to Quebec for the unveiling of an exhibit at the Canadian Museum of Civilization May 19 through May 22, 2011.