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  • 1. Ayesha Saif Bhatti BSE 3A
  • 2.  AIBO means “companion” in Japanese Artificial Intelligence roBOt An entertainment robot Designed by Sony Different models since 1999
  • 3.  Autonomous – Not Remote Controlled Not just a toy – True companion with emotions and instincts Goes through the developmental stages of an infant, child, teen and adult If you praise him when he plays with his pink ball – scold him and he will eventually learn to ignore the ball Responds to friendly pats on the head, chin and back
  • 4.  Six different emotional states including: ◦ Happiness, Dislike, Anger, Love, Sadness, and Surprise. Instincts, or drives including: ◦ Movement, Fear, Recharge, and Search. He expresses his emotional state with a wag of his tail or by changing the color and shape of his eyes or by his body movements. AIBO learns the name you give him. his built- in stereo microphone, voice-recognition technology
  • 5.  Grassroots of AIBO - Early 1990’s Advances in terms of computer processors, artificial intelligence, voice recognition and visual technology Dr. Toshi Doi had the ingenious idea that these technologies could be brought together to conceive an autonomous robot By 1997 the first prototypes were beginning to emerge
  • 6.  The very first prototype actually had six legs and was the first step to having a robot on legs
  • 7.  Touch ◦ On his head, chin and back Hearing ◦ Stereo microphones Sight ◦ A camera in his head Other Sensors ◦ Infrared distance sensor, an acceleration sensor, and a temperature sensor, pressure sensor etc.
  • 8.  64-Bit RISC Processor 576 MHz Clock Speed 64 MB Memory Operating System: Aperios Real Time OS Wireless LAN Memory Stick – Photos taken by AIBO Operates on 6 to 8 Watts
  • 9. Tear Down of AIBO Colour digital camera mounted in the head section
  • 10. Tear Down of AIBO A pair of microphones, one on each side of the head The microphones are mounted on the axis of the ears.
  • 11. Tear Down of AIBO The touch-sensitive pad on the top of an Aibos head to receive information The blue button is a pressure sensitive switch
  • 12. Tear Down of AIBO Similar to Domestic Pets Aibo leg module
  • 13. Tear Down of AIBO Similar to Domestic Pets Aibo tail module
  • 14. Main Circuit Board (An earlier model)Processor
  • 15.  Also called “4-legged league” 2 Teams, 4 against 4 robots 2 halftimes, 10 minutes each No human intervention allowed Numerous institutions from around the world would participate Competitors program a team of AIBO robots to play games of autonomous robot soccer against other competing team
  • 16. Build an autonomous humanoid robot until 2050 which is able to beat the current world soccer-champion by the rules of the FIFA.

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