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10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Affect Our Lives : Discovery Channel

10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Affect Our Lives : Discovery Channel | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence affects our lives in so many ways. Check out our 10 ways artificial intelligence affects our lives to see how involved AI is.

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Another example on AI and the benefits which it can help the human race.

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:52 PM

The way that AI can help us in the future is unlimited. This article on some of the things they can start to do in the enar future is already allowing people to see and understand the contribution robotics can have in day to day life.

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10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Affect Our Lives : Discovery Channel

10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Affect Our Lives : Discovery Channel | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence affects our lives in so many ways. Check out our 10 ways artificial intelligence affects our lives to see how involved AI is.

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Another example on AI and the benefits which it can help the human race.

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:52 PM

The way that AI can help us in the future is unlimited. This article on some of the things they can start to do in the enar future is already allowing people to see and understand the contribution robotics can have in day to day life.

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Ambient Intelligence: Sensing a Future Mobile Revolution ...

Ambient Intelligence: Sensing a Future Mobile Revolution ... | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
Artificial intelligence finds its way to more aspects of human life every day. The future of technology is a sea of opportunity for artificial intelligence and application development, especially for mobile devices.

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Good article on AI and AML (ambient intellgence) and the improvements that can come from the AI side of things, compared with using human intellgence.

 

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Alex Cruice's curator insight, March 20, 2013 11:17 PM

A really good article defining and detailing some recent developments in AI and introducing a new term: AmI (Ambient Intelligence). This piece gives excellent examples of current real-world applications of AI and predicts the different fields AI will branch into in the future.

Mick Hawkins's curator insight, March 21, 2013 4:30 AM

This article outlines some of the practical developments in AI. Recent applications of AI are explained and  future applications are predicted. The article introduced me to the term "Ambient intelligence".

 

I'm have a keen interest in how AI can be further incorporated into phones and apps, and how the technology can enhance daily lives. Artificial intelligence is being used to take 10minutes of user activity to predict what the user might need in the next 10 seconds.

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Two Robots Create Their Own Language, BBC's Hunt for Artificial Intelligence (Video) - Karma Jello

Two Robots Create Their Own Language, BBC's Hunt for Artificial Intelligence (Video) - Karma Jello | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it

Artificial Intelligence applied to machine and robots appears to focus on autonomous learning. In this clip two robots without any previous knowledge of their phisical bodies start learning about themselves, looking their bodies at the mirror and trying to keep on their foot. 

 

They also invent words to describe actions and comunicate these actions to peers that learn them by trial and error. 

 

In a clip from the BBC Horizon documentary, "The Hunt for AI", two robots learn how to move their own bodies by themselves, and go on to teaching each other their own language.

 


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A good video of showing some aspects of what is intellegence to robotics as well as the curent standing AI intellengence and the possiblities for the furtre.

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Artificial Intelligence App Tweets On Your Twitter After Your Death

Artificial Intelligence App Tweets On Your Twitter After Your Death | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
I'm talking about an artificial intelligence that learns your personality and tweets, retweets and keeps your Twitter account going after you are long gone. It's a morbidly interesting idea, and one that over 7,000 people like since ...

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AI being implanted into social networks, other benefits can be for grieving families as well more effectiveness of people who use social interaction sites, allow the user to continuously twit while work in their chosen field.

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Nicholas Smith's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:11 AM

This is an extremely interesting article which talks about having an artificial intelligence continue to send tweets on your Twitter account after you have died. This new application, named '_LIVESON'. This new application will continue to make twitter comments when you have passed away, as if nothing has happened. 

 

"According to the website, it studies your Twitter feed and learns all about what you like, what you don’t like, what tweets you’ve favorited, what tweets you’ve retweeted, and even your writing style."

 

The above quote sums up how it is able to continue to send tweets on your account. The robot actually learns who you are and is not programmed to do certain algorithms. This is what intrigues me, is how the robot is able to learn who you are as a person and write comments as if they were you. If AI's such as this are already being used by thousands of people and advancements such as this are being made, in ten to fifteen years, we could most likely see functioning human-like robots being created, who are able to fully interact with people. This can also be dangerous, as much as it is good, as technological singularity comes into play. As people, we want to be the overruling 'race' so to speak and not have robots/AI more intelligent than ourselves.

 

I found this article generally interesting as the AI that is already being developed at this current time is astonishing.

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FULL-SCALE MEDICAL ROBOTICS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT LAUNCHED

AMC is playing a key role in a full-scale project now underway to develop state-of-the-art medical robotics for optimized clinical care. Selected by the Mini...
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Robotics development in the field of health. Shows the helping of robotics in the field of human factors of life.

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:23 PM

Robots if anything have helped the most in science and health. It is very important for more technologies to be developed in health because the fact that human error can cause death or humans cant do what these new robots can that can be now intergrated into the health world.

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Funding a Revolution: Government Support for Computing Research

Funding a Revolution: Government Support for Computing Research | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
The past 50 years have witnessed a revolution in computing and related communications technologies.
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The web point tell information of the history of AI, as well as information about the 9 improvements of Artifical Information including involement of governments tracks a good link to start with.

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Even Brainless Robots Can Show Swarm Behavior - IEEE Spectrum

Even Brainless Robots Can Show Swarm Behavior - IEEE Spectrum | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
Toothbrush heads with vibrating motors exhibit similar behavior to groups of social insects (Even Brainless Robots Can Show Swarm Behavior http://t.co/hVF1rdcJxK via @IEEESpectrum)...
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Intresting information on swam behavour in robots without "brains" as well intresting video.

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Distributed Network of 3000 Ocean Robots Argo Notches Millionth ...

Distributed Network of 3000 Ocean Robots Argo Notches Millionth ... | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
If there's one thing we know about Earth's oceans, it's that we don't know terribly much. But robot explorers are helping ocean scientists bridge the gap between known and unknown with more data. Argo, the most ...

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An article which talks about the benefits which robotics are helping scientist view places in the ocean that humans can not see, as well having an video explains about the robots

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:16 PM

The future in robots can help in so many fields as more developed ai is introduced into the world jobs that could not be done before and work and answers that could not be found before are now able to be accesed.

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Robots Learning Language With The Aid Of 'Artificial Brain' | Medindia

Robots Learning Language With The Aid Of 'Artificial Brain' | Medindia | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
A robot was able to learn, and subsequently understand, new sentences containing a new grammatical structure with the help of an artificial brain system.

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Development of AI in robotics this can as well allow robots to become more robust in aiding human life, for example medical work for nurses as well support for student in education.

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Robot Yeti Tells You Where Not to Go in Antarctica - IEEE Spectrum

Robot Yeti Tells You Where Not to Go in Antarctica - IEEE Spectrum | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
It's missing the hair and the giant feet, but the Yeti rover is right at home in Antarctica (#Robot #Yeti Tells You Where Not to Go in #Antarctica - IEEE Spectrum
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A good example of how robotics now allows human to traval though the snow and stay away from dangers areas, having the ability to sense caravesses and find different routes.

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:19 PM

The development in AI is amazing in its fields that are now growing to become more and more prevelant in todays society. They are essential in now providing saftey and comfort in jobs. As this robot is now able to help keep the human workers safe doing things and accessing certain terrain and places that humans could find unsafe or unaccessible.

Mr. Crawford's curator insight, November 3, 2013 4:13 PM

This is an interesting article because it introduces us to a Robot named Yeti who is used to detact crevasses in Antartica. This robot not only keeps humans safe but it also saves about 2 million dollars every year in costs.  The robot itself costs about 25,000 dollars.

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Google using artificial intelligence to improve image and video classification - Next Big Future

Google using artificial intelligence to improve image and video classification Next Big Future “Geoffrey Hinton's research is a magnificent example of disruptive innovation with roots in basic research,” said U of T's president, Professor David...

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Example of how AI is being used to improve on the human error factor, to give better servicen to googles customers.

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Mick Hawkins's curator insight, March 21, 2013 4:44 AM

Google has purchased research on neural networks - as well as the person behind the research - with the view to go beyond traditional search algorithms to identify content, images, voice, text and more.

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Titan the Robot VS This ROBOT

http://www.facebook.com/kingrobotaa See the Man Faces Behind The Scenes On Facebook At http://www.facebook.com/KingRobotaa 8 Foot Tall Robot Unforgettable fu...
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A video of some robots developed for entertainment purpose.

 

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:21 PM

Robots arnt just an entity that can be used to provide saftey procautions and to advance the certain jobs they have been deployed into, but they can be used as entaertainment as many are already used today. This robot Is an entertainment robot which is essential to allowing the public to slowly accept the more and more advanced frobots created today.

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New robotic safety regulations are pending | Control Engineering

New robotic safety regulations are pending | Control Engineering | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it
-Robotics, subject to many safety regulations, are about to get a few more, addressing some technological advances for robots. See video summary. (New robotic safety regulations are pending | Control Engineering: Robotics, subject to many safe...
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Information of the improvements to robotic safety regulations, as well relative web sites with information about robotics and intellengence systems.

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The Future of Artificial Intelligence

The Future of Artificial Intelligence | Development of Artificial intelligence and Robotics (In next 5-10 years) | Scoop.it

Robots are here to stay. They will be smarter, more versatile, more autonomous, and more like us in many ways. We humans will need to adapt to keep up.


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Article has information on legal issues, as well as soical issue with religous human idealogy including information on behavioural laws, as well as informatio on robotics as well.

 

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Matthew's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:25 PM

This artivle has insights on the social, economic and religious problems that robots may cause in their intergration into a more AI affected worl.

 

Mengshuang's curator insight, March 22, 2013 10:29 PM

Artificial Intelligence will be smarter.

Mr. Crawford's curator insight, November 3, 2013 4:03 PM

I think this a great read because it discusses the basics of how robots work and what they are capable of. It also talks about how AI will be able to understand facial expressions, gestures and body langauges, and how to react accordingly. Then it goes on to explain how religious groups might react to the treament of robots. Lastly, it suggests that "post-Asimov" laws will emerge.