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robotics [2011/07/10 02:25]
zobeid [Robotic Vehicles]
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zobeid [Humanoid Robots]
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-{{ :​service_robot.jpeg?​200x400}}Robots take many forms, but some of the most versatile and widely used are humanoid. ​ These robots can ride in vehicles made for recoms, use tools designed for recoms, and function in the same work environments. ​ This means that any kind of new business or project can be started without ​have to source specialized robots for it.  In established industries, however, specialized non-humanoid robots often prove more efficient.+{{ :​service_robot.jpeg?​200x400}}Robots take many forms, but some of the most versatile and widely used are humanoid. ​ These robots can ride in vehicles made for recoms, use tools designed for recoms, and function in the same work environments. ​ This means that any kind of new business or project can be started without ​having ​to source specialized robots for it.  In established industries, however, specialized non-humanoid robots often prove more efficient.
  
 Because the currently available AI cores are so large and require so much support infrastructure,​ it's impossible to make a humanoid robot with its own self-contained intelligence. ​ (However, this was possible and was done before the [[Apocalypse War]] using [[nanotechnology]]-based AI cores!) ​ Most humanoid robots contain processors with basic sensor and motor functions, allowing them to stand, walk, grasp objects, etc.  More sophisticated direction has to come from a remote source, which can be either an AI or a recom working through telepresence. Because the currently available AI cores are so large and require so much support infrastructure,​ it's impossible to make a humanoid robot with its own self-contained intelligence. ​ (However, this was possible and was done before the [[Apocalypse War]] using [[nanotechnology]]-based AI cores!) ​ Most humanoid robots contain processors with basic sensor and motor functions, allowing them to stand, walk, grasp objects, etc.  More sophisticated direction has to come from a remote source, which can be either an AI or a recom working through telepresence.
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