Boston dynamics shows off new atlas robot that helps robots do simple but dangerous manual tasks, U
Boston dynamics shows off new atlas robot that helps robots do simple but dangerous manual tasks, U.S. government claims
The image shows a robot at work
A top research institute in China claims to have built a miniature version of a fully-functioning artificial intelligence (AI) at least as smart as Google’s DeepMind’s human champion.
Hengli Institute of Robotics, or HRI, has created a robot that has a mind of its own, performing more complex tasks.
According to a video statement by the HRI, the device is designed to allow people working as jarvees.comvirtual assistants — “a new term for those who provide customer services without having to be the actual human in the building.”
Google’s DeepMind has won the 2014 International Championship in AI, the research group’s main competition, according to the Washington Post. The pair have since developed software to mimic human reasoning ability to perform much of human language analysis. But a few years ago, the pair said they believed AI to be much weaker than that.
“DeepMind’s software has never been much better at human-level artificial intelligence tasks,” the HRI said in the video.