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Penguin Robot Society Penguin is a bipedal robot with two directions of freedom, using two servos for a cool waddling walk. This site is dedicated to the little 5" tall fellow. You will find source code to explore the Parallax Basic Stamp processor that is used in the Penguin, as well as a plethora of advanced programming techniques. All of the programs are yours to use and modify. Penguin may be the ideal learning robot due to the simple Parallax BASIC programming language, the simplicity of only two servos to control, and the extreme speed of the Basic Stamp processor.
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It's Time to Take Artificial Intelligence Seriously Wall Street Journal Artificial intelligence has lately been transformed from an academic curiosity to something that has measurable impact on our lives. Google Inc. used it to increase the accuracy of voice recognition in Android by 25%. The Associated Press is printing ...
Artificial intelligence may doom humanity Chicago Tribune When I hear the term "artificial intelligence," I generally think of a self-righteous celebrity's Twitter feed, or Texas Gov. Rick Perry putting on glasses. Turns out it's a bit more involved than that and, disappointingly, might lead to the eventual ...
Artificial Intelligence: Can Science Truly Recreate You? Daily Nexus Some of the latter figures claim that the advent of robotics and more sophisticated computing methods has made inevitable what Google engineering director Ray Kurzweil refers to as our “next stage of evolution”— by which he means artificial intelligence.