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Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence once something that people thought could only come out of science fiction novels and movies But today that could all change because of a robot called Cog Cog is an artificial intelligence that its creators have given a body He is the future of AI and a new beginning for the field His creator Rogney Brooks a professor of electrical engineering and computer science thought of creating cog from inspiration from an artificial intelligence that was depicted in the movie 2001A Space Odyssey In the movie Hal the AI controlled a large spacecraft Instead of creating a brain in a box like in the movie Rodney is putting the mind of a human into the body of a robot Cog isnt yet a true humanoid robot Right now he is little more that a head neck shoulders chest and waist He is perched on a gray steel pedestal bolted to the floor of the Artificial intelligence lab at the assachusetts Institute of Technology Still no other machine has come closer to the humanoid robots of science fiction Cog foreshadows the day in which robots will interact normally with us Cogs creators are trying to do just that Cog is a very far cry from what HAL was thought because he has some anatomy HAL was just basically a brain in a box What they are trying to accomplish with cog is to equip a brain with a body that has sensors so that it can learn about its environment on its own much like a infant does Creating a humanoid was a big leap for Brooks His last venture in to the AI world made a big impression on the artificial-Intelligence community He created small robots the scurried around like insects It turns out though that these small creatures have much in common with Cog They both do no use the usual AI approach that most other Mobil robots use
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