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  • Intelligent can be defined as ‘ the ability to learn and understand, to solve problem and to make decisions’
  • The robot is designed to perform domestic work like cooking, cleaning etc. It needs to move different places according to its requirements. It needs to apply the common sense like human. Robots can change its decision to work smoothly if it is necessary. But other intelligent system like production line quality control, Intelligent clinical audit can not change its decision in the new environment The robot which is developed by the Honda company is much more intelligent than that of other robot like ‘aibo’ which is developed by the Sony Company. Though these two creations are closely mimic the real world entities, they are developed to the different point of view, that is, robot shows human behavior and ‘aibo’ shows the behavior of a actual dog. As we know in the present world respect, human is more intelligent than dog. As the robot looks like human, many robot developers sometimes called their creation ‘Humanoids’ rather than robots.
  • The robot is designed to perform domestic work like cooking, cleaning etc. It needs to move different places according to its requirements. It needs to apply the common sense like human. Robots can change its decision to work smoothly if it is necessary. But other intelligent system like production line quality control, Intelligent clinical audit can not change its decision in the new environment The robot which is developed by the Honda company is much more intelligent than that of other robot like ‘aibo’ which is developed by the Sony Company. Though these two creations are closely mimic the real world entities, they are developed to the different point of view, that is, robot shows human behavior and ‘aibo’ shows the behavior of a actual dog. As we know in the present world respect, human is more intelligent than dog. As the robot looks like human, many robot developers sometimes called their creation ‘Humanoids’ rather than robots.
  • Humanoid robotics

    1. 1. The humanoid RoboT Submitted By: Lalit Garg 3610118 CSE-2nd Yr
    2. 2. Outline  What is a Robot?  What is Robotics?  Robot Types  What is a Humanoid?  Why Develop Humanoids?  History of Humanoid Robots  Challenges in Humanoids  Humanoid Robot Applications
    3. 3. Outline Contd…  ASIMO : An Intro  The Latest Version of ASIMO  The Intelligent System  Why ASIMO is most intelligent  Social Issues
    4. 4. What is Meant By a Robot:  A robot is a mechanical or virtual intelligent agent that can perform tasks automatically or with guidance, typically by remote control. In practice a robot is usually an electro-mechanical machine that is guided by computer and electronic programming
    5. 5. What is Robotics? Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, structural disposition, manufacture and application of robots and computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.
    6. 6. Robot Types: • Mobile Robot •Industrial Robot •Service Robot •Humanoid Robot
    7. 7. What is a Humanoid? Humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human: head, torso, legs, arms, hands. But it is also a robot made to resemble a human both in appearance and behavior. The difference between a robot and android is only skin- deep, looks exactly like humans on the outside, but with internal mechanics of humanoid robot.
    8. 8. Why Develop Humanoids? They can work in human environment without a need to adapt themselves or to change the environment It is easier for a human being to interact with a human-like being
    9. 9. Historical Perspective: • Alexander constructed statues, doors and small mechanical animals that could be animated by water, air and steam pressure •By the eighteenth century, elaborate mechanical dolls were able to write short phrases, play musical instruments, and perform other simple, life-like acts.
    10. 10. Characteristics of Humanoids Self-maintenance Autonomous learning Avoiding harmful situations to people, property, and itself Safe interacting with human beings and the environment Legged locomotion Arm control and dexterous manipulation
    11. 11. Challenges in Humanoids Bipedal human-like locomotion  Changing model during one/two feet support walking  Two legs, two arms, head, torso  Complex kinematics and dynamics Complex real-time control architecture
    12. 12. Humanoid Robot Applications
    13. 13. ‘ASIMO’ robot of Honda Company  It can walk and climb the stairs  It is 120 cm high and 43 kg weight  It looks like humans  It can work like human beings  It has the ability to take decisions  It can use common sense in the new environment
    14. 14. Latest Version of ‘ASIMO’ on March 23,2003  Honda has unveiled a new version of its humanoid robot that understands human gestures and movements.  Capable of to following the moves of nearby people  It uses a camera to recognize ten different preprogrammed faces and respond with a vocal welcome
    15. 15. What are Intelligent Systems ?A System Is Thought To Be Intelligent If It CanUnderstand And Learn, Solve A Problem, Make ItsOwn Decisions And Adapt To New Environments
    16. 16. Why ‘ASIMO’ is most intelligent? It can work as a person like cooking , cleaning, recognize nearby people, understands human gestures and movements etc. ASIMO can change both its speed and its directions smoothly without having to stop where as the conventional ‘P3’ robot had to stop once before changing its direction. It can make decision in the new environment It can understand the problem and works accordingly It is used for entertainment as well as other necessary useful works
    17. 17. Social Issues Related to Humanoids  Plenty of humans already who do not have jobs or good places to live , then why replace with Humanoids  Why not keep humanoids, like calculators, merely as useful gadgetry?  Robots will become super intelligent and rule this world

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