Artificial Intelligence(Humanoid)


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Artificial Intelligence(Humanoid)

  1. 1. Think of a machine talking to you
  2. 2. Technology and branch of computer science studies and develops intelligent machines and software. founded on a claim that the intelligence or i should say sapience of homo sapiens can be integrated in machines & softwares.
  3. 3. They are OLD Thinking machines and artificial beings appeared in GREEK myths animated cult images are worshipped in Egypt and Greece. By 19th and 20th century artificial humans become a common feature in Fiction book Field of AI research was founded at a conference in the campus of dartmouth college in 1956.
  4. 4. What we want to achieve?? Logical Reasoning Planning Learning Motion and Manipulation Social and General Intelligence
  5. 5. ROBORIGHTS ROBOETHICS: a concern with the moral behaviour of human as they design, construct & use and treat of intelligent beings. ROBORIGTHS: These are the moral obligations of society towards its intelligent machines, like animal and human rights. Machine-Ethics: It is the field of research concerned with the Artificial Moral Agents(AMA), robots or artificially intelligent machines that behave morally as though moral
  6. 6. Artificial Consciousness Also known as synthetic consciousness or machine consciousness. its aim is to define consciousness for the engineering artifact. Chalmer’s argument:- David Chalmer proposed that the computers perform computation and right kind of computation is needed for possession of consciousness. Computers running with right kind of computation will instantiate consciousness itself. Ethics :- a machine having Artificial Consciousness have a need to be accessed. for example - it have to be purchased and used as a tool or a central computer of a large building.
  7. 7. ARE THEY HUMANS? Something that has an appearance resembling human beings. appeared in 1912 when we found fossils which are morphologically similar to humans but not identical. HUMANOI D
  8. 8. HUMANOID ROBOT Robot that is based on general structure of men that walks on two legs and have a upper torso. They doesn’t look like real humans they don’t have face instead have helmets like Honda’s ASIMO Android(male) and gynoid(female) designed to look like real persons. They have been developed in 2002.
  9. 9. Why They are needed? as a research tool in various industries. Human cognition is a field of study which is focused in how humans learn from sensory information to develop motor action within the body It has been suggested that the advanced robots will facilitate the enhancement of ordinary human beings. Besides research, they are developed to perform human task like personnel assistance, to assist sick and elderly people. They can also handle jobs of receptionist and worker in automated manufacturing line. Now the next turn is to use them in space missions.
  10. 10. Think Technology can bring Imagination to life till now we promised that a humanoid helping in our household works, working in a production factory. Humanoids will exhibit emotion, forge relationships, make decisions, and develop as they learn through interaction with the environment. Humanoid can adapt and create new capabilities based on the changing technologies. Moreover humanoid offers the best research tool for the study of human and brain
  11. 11. Research Issues Will humanoid research propel robotics on to great heights, channeling ideas from diverse fields toward an ultimate goal? Or will the quest to model ourselves prove to be a stumbling block, or worse? We may be our best models of intelligence; but then again, we may also be our worst. Many robotisict have argued that the way we think we talk and act is tainted with subjectivity.
  12. 12. Current Researches Humanoid Research has already begun to accelerate. While only a few institutions are fully dedicated to the creation of humanoid robots, a host of projects around the world are meeting with encouraging success in particular areas. This section highlights endeavors in legged locomotion, arm control and dexterous manipulation, robot- human interaction, service robots, learning and adaptive behavior, perception, and anthropopathic (emotive) robots.
  13. 13. What does the future hold?? While these projects are important steps in the right direction, functional results come slowly. Like the human infants they model, contemporary humanoids are inefficient at most tasks and require intensive training. We have already manufactured machines with the ability to perform a task in exactly the same way, time after time. While such behavior can be useful for some tasks, it is brittle and will fail as soon as the wind changes As humanoids begin to tap the random variation of the external world and transmute entropy into creativity, philosophers will argue indefinitely about whether they have 'true' intelligence, will, or emotion. Regardless, the majority of us will project these traits into them anyway. We will watch as humanoids do things our flesh bodies do not allow and will observe their power run out and see their bodies malfunction. Even those who consider humanoids to be mere machines, unworthy of emotional interchange, will find themselves responding differently to one humanoid than another Recently, Hasbro has enlisted the help of top roboticists at iRobot to develop robot infants that can be sold as toys. Complete with numerous servo motors and sensors, these inexpensive robots can simulate body functions such as feeding and digestion, interact with humans and even simulate real infant language learning.
  14. 14. Humanoid robot imitates lifelike interaction Sam. E. Nole is a complex Nao humanoid robot able to recognize a face, listen and navigate with a sonar rangefinder. He does a flawless Gangnam Style dance, holds interesting conversations and would gladly help gather objects dropped on the floor. He is able to recognize a face with his two cameras, and listens with his four microphones. He also has a sonar rangefinder to help him navigate his way around “I swear, when you look at him, you smile,” Littleton(Director of STEM Institute) said. “His eyes blink and he says, ‘What would you like me to do?”.
  15. 15. Personalized Companion What if you have a Robot companion to see your old parents when you are not at home??? Yes you read it write it is true now. The robot, a mobile wheeled semi-humanoid figure equipped with cameras, sensors, audio and a touch screen interface, can remind users to take their medicine, suggest they have their favourite drink or prompt them to go for a walk or visit friends if they haven't been out for a while. As part of a larger smart-home environment that can include smart clothing to monitor vital signs, the system can monitor user's health and safety, and alert emergency services if something is amiss.
  16. 16. Robots in Space Yes, Japan has launched the world's first talking humanoid robot "astronaut" toward the International Space Station Kirobo — derived from the Japanese words for "hope" and "robot" — was among five tons of supplies and machinery on a rocket launched Sunday from Tanegashima in southwestern Japan, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,said The childlike robot was designed to be a companion for astronaut Koichi Wakata and will communicate with another robot on Earth, according to developers. Wakata is expected to arrive at the space station in November. Japan boasts the most sophisticated robotics in the world, but because of its "manga" culture, it tends to favor cute robots with human-like characteristics with emotional appeal, a use of technology that has at times drawn criticism for being not productive.
  17. 17. Any Queries??