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Lego Mecha

jayroehttp://jayroe.com [jayroe] Lego Mecha June 15th, 2005 | Quickies, Robotics, Anime | Comments (0) Lot’s of cool anime/manga mecha built from Legos. (via Boing Boing)...

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Computational Vision Conference at York University

[Qualia] Computational Vision Conference at York University Filed under: General Neuroscience Academia Artificial Intelligence ”” Steve @ 6:33 pm (Yes, there...

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Posted at 08:55 AM

July 14, 2005

Lego Mecha

jayroehttp://jayroe.com [jayroe] Lego Mecha June 15th, 2005 | Quickies, Robotics, Anime | Comments (0) Lot’s of cool anime/manga mecha built from Legos. (via Boing Boing)...

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Posted at 08:57 AM

Computational Vision Conference at York University

[Qualia] Computational Vision Conference at York University Filed under: General Neuroscience Academia Artificial Intelligence ”” Steve @ 6:33 pm (Yes, there...

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Posted at 08:55 AM

Programs that can learn game rules

http://www.karmachakra.com/aiknowledge [AiKnowledge.::I Think, I Do, Therefore I Exist::.] And with their diverse rules, they're also the perfect tools for exploring concepts in artificial intelligence (AI) and new approaches to programming, say Stanford computer scientists. The concept of general game playing is "drastically different," Genesereth said, from the computer programming done in the past to create programs like IBM's Deep Blue, which beat world chess champion Gary Kasparov in 1997.

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Posted at 08:55 AM

July 11, 2005

Will RFID-guided robots rule the world?

http://www.karmachakra.com/aiknowledge [AiKnowledge.::I Think, I Do, Therefore I Exist::.] Take a closer look and you'll see the children wearing small electronic devices, tiny radio transmitters that signal the bot when the kids wander out...

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Posted at 11:00 AM

July 08, 2005

Analogies and Analogs

[Qualia] I read an interesting article this week in my travels. The press-release coming from Cornell University made the provoking declaration that “mental processing is continuous", and therefore, “not like a computer.”

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Posted at 01:49 PM

Robot throws out first pitch

http://www.entish.org/wordpress [Will.Whim] in Nationals-Mets game. It was a QRIO from Sony

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Posted at 01:48 PM

July 07, 2005

Play to Your Strengths

[tongue but no door ( dot ) net] Chess computers have succeeded by ignoring what human chessplayers do best, and doing instead what computers do best. And what computers do best is to run programs written by very clever human programmers.At least we're still better at that, for now.

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Posted at 09:55 AM

July 06, 2005

The Future Still Looks Silly

[Question Technology] In the future, most robots will look pretty much like the robots of the future have looked since at least the 1970's. About the only difference is that any antennae attached to a 1970's future robot were spiral shaped and had a tiny ball on the tip.

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Posted at 01:31 PM

Robotic Haiku

[The Huge Entity] So yesterday was Haiku day (depending on how you arrange your date yesterday was the 5th of the 7th month 2005 - 05/07/05) and I went and missed it, but it doesn't mean I can't pretend and bathe in the glory of the 5-7-5 structure we all know so well. Today's theme is "Robotic Japan":

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Posted at 01:27 PM