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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.
GamerThom.com On October 16, 2009 our great friend Thomas E. Gallagher (GamerThom) passed away. He was one of the first and most active contributors of this Forum and was the author of several great graphic works. In his memory we have created the site GamerThom.com, where you can find his bio, images, animations and much more.
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In 2015, artificial intelligence will rule the (movie) world Entertainment Weekly The sad thing about artificial intelligence, French philosopher Jean Baudrillard once remarked, is that it lacks artifice and therefore any real intelligence. But try telling that to the bling-wearing, gangsta-limping robot hero of the upcoming sci-fi ...
Study to Examine Effects of Artificial Intelligence New York Times Scientists have begun what they say will be a century-long study of the effects of artificial intelligence on society, including on the economy, war and crime, officials at Stanford University announced Monday. The project, hosted by the university, is ...