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Self-adapting robots, Artificial intelligence in medicine, Ageing healthily: Tracey Logan examines technology to enable robots to remain fully autonomous when damaged.

Self-adapting robots, Artificial intelligence in medicine, Ageing healthily: Tracey Logan examines technology to enable robots to remain fully autonomous when damaged.

A partire dalBBC Inside Science


Self-adapting robots, Artificial intelligence in medicine, Ageing healthily: Tracey Logan examines technology to enable robots to remain fully autonomous when damaged.

A partire dalBBC Inside Science

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Lunghezza:
28 minuti
Pubblicato:
May 28, 2015
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

We're becoming more reliant on robots to assist in hostile zones from extinguishing forest fires to bomb disposal to decontaminating nuclear facilities. But whereas humans can quickly adapt to injuries, current robots cannot 'think outside the box' to find a new behaviour when they get damaged. Tracey Logan speaks to computer scientist Jeff Clune who's developed a new way to allow robots to adapt to damage in less than two minutes. It will enable more robust, effective, autonomous robots, and may shed light on the principles that animals use to adapt to injury.
Pubblicato:
May 28, 2015
Formato:
Episodio podcast