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|Title: ||Minds for robots.|
|Authors: ||MacLeod, Christopher|
Maxwell, Grant M.
|Issue Date: ||Jan-2009|
|Publisher: ||St. John Patrick Publishers Ltd.|
|Citation: ||MACLEOD, C. and MAXWELL, G. M., 2009. Minds for robots.
Electronics World, 115 (1873), pp. 16-19.|
|Abstract: ||In the 1950s and 60s, popular culture was entranced by robots. There was Robby in
“Forbidden Planet,” Gort in “The day the Earth stood still” and many others. This
fascination has continued to the present day, only the names have changed, now we
have Commander Data of “Startrek” and the NS-5 of “I Robot.” Yet despite the
interest and the obvious advantages of having intelligent machines to do dirty, boring
or dangerous jobs, we are little nearer to creating a similar technology in the real
world. This article outlines a new route towards such intelligence in machines -
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