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  • Happy Mini At Girls Art Project Analysis

    The Happy Mini @ Girls Art Project team, has been participating in the @Home league of the RoboCup Japan Open since 2014, and participated in the RoboCup 2015, 2016, and 2017[1] world competition. The team got the 9th, 8th, and 9th places in the competition. The goal of Happy Mini @ Girls Art Project is to create a home robot which will make family and society happy. We believe our resource and technology are not meant to build war or battle robots. Through robotics, we aim to promote a…

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  • Logic And The Importance Of Logic In Mathematics

    rules of logic specify the meaning of mathematical statements. • Logic is the basis of all mathematical reasoning, and of all automated reasoning. It has practical applications to the design of computing machines, to the specification of systems, to artificial intelligence, to computer programming, to programming languages, and to other areas of computer science, as well as to many other fields of study. Arguments, Premises, Conclusion • An argument, as it occurs in logic, is a group of…

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  • Stroop Effect Study

    Introduction In this study I will be replicating Stroop’s experiment to demonstrate the Stroop effect. Cognition is defined as the mental processing technique used to acquire knowledge and understanding through experience, thought and senses. Glassman and Hadad (2004) suggest that humans process information like computers. When senses are exposed to conflicting stimuli, the strongest cognitive process dominates the response. It is instinctive to read words as they are written, regardless of the…

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  • Case Study Of UMBC And RLM Communication Technology

    2.8 Plan and Timeline Phase I research will require only the resources supplied by UMBC and RLM Communications. Additional resources will be required in Phase II and those will need to be secured ahead of our Phase II timeline. In Phase I, the following timeline will be required to secure the stated resources: 3 The Innovation (1-3 Pages) 3.1 Description A detailed description of our innovation is provided in the Technical Discussion and R&D Plan. 3.2 Technical Challenges and Risks…

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  • Better Than Human Summary

    “Imagine that 7 out of 10 working Americans got fired tomorrow. What would they all do?” Kevin Kelly the author of “Better than Human: Why Robots Will-and Must-Take Our Jobs” brings up a topic that has been in the minds of middle-class Americans for the past 10 years. The fear of technology taking our jobs and not just that but doing better than us is a topic that is in early development but it seems like every day new and better technology is being invented and that topic comes closer and…

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  • The Evolution Of Artificial Intelligence

    INTRODUCTION: Artificial intelligence (AI, also machine intelligence, MI) is intelligence exhibited by machines, rather than humans or other animals (natural intelligence, NI). In computer science, the field of AI research defines itself as the study of "intelligent agents": any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal. Colloquially, the term "artificial intelligence" is applied when a machine mimics "cognitive" functions that…

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  • Truphysics Executive Summary

    A robot is only as reliable and trustworthy as the program that controls it. TruPhysics is an owner-managed company that was founded in 2014 at the Institute of automation and software engineering of University Stuttgart. They have created a unique simulation process. By creating digital twins of the robot and environment and simulating the physical behavior in real-time to generate training data training neuronal networks of the robot. Thus they can handle tasks in individual situations with…

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  • Summary Of Why Robots Will-Take Our Jobs By Kevin Kelly

    When I was a child, my impression of what the future would be like was incredibly distorted. Flying cars, robotic housekeepers, and intelligent machinery---something straight out of the Jetsons---comprised my perception of “the future.” The older I got, the better I understood that, frankly, these ideas are unrealistic. Interestingly, Kevin Kelly, author of Why Robots Will---and Must---Take Our Jobs, suggests that automation will be a commonplace process within the century. By “automation,”…

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  • Brain In A Vat Argument Analysis

    The problem of scepticism comes to the conclusion that we do not know of our creation or existence, nor can we know. This assignment will dispute against scepticism in reference to the “Brain in a Vat” argument. This proposes that we are brains in vats which are connected up to an exceptionally sophisticated life force, in this case a computer, that somehow has the ability to counterfeit our experiences of the external world, deceiving us of what we thought to be reality. This argument…

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  • Machine Autonomy

    machine autonomy: What imaginations of autonomous machines are out there, how do they influence the debate around machine autonomy and how can we as a society regulate the development and use of this powerful technology? Intelligent machines and artificial intelligence in the form of software are becoming so widespread now that it is time to think about the delegation of responsibility and accountability to non-human actors that these technologies bring. What this means for the risk assessment…

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