Jules is the first humanoid robot who can realistically mimic a real person's expressions merely by watching their face Jules mimics the expressions by converting the video image into digital commands that make the robot's servos and motors produce mirrored movements.And it all happens in real time as the robot can interpret the commands at 25 frames per second.Scientists have created the first 'humanoid' robot that can mimic the facial expressions and lip movements of a human being.'Jules' - a disembodied androgynous robotic head - can automatically copy the movements, which are picked up by a video camera and mapped on to the tiny electronic motors in his skin.
He was single at the time, and it seemed like everyone was getting into online dating. Nabokov's Speak, Memory is just one tribute to Mnemosyne, mother of our muses and of our sense of self. After all, we humans talk to ourselves, to books, to games--we literally animate things (and often people! For myself, I have had "in my head conversations" with authors and editors. It also makes me miss NYC..mostly you guys make me Think. I was hoping you'd talk more about the philosophical level; if these machines could think, act, speak, behave, and understand just like people. The military was unsure what they could learn and were afraid of these things being used for espionage! As a kid in the 80's I played with the computer script psychoanalyst too. You've had a long run, covered so many interesting concepts so wonderously, it seems like as you have to stretch further and further for new material, you're scraping the bottom of the barrel rather than the top of it. You're so good at explaining and making complex concepts digestible, I wish you'd pursue that challenge rather than just making the show for high schoolers who dropped out of science class. While they were there, Scott actually perished whereas my grandfather was part of the Northern party, anyway they killed seals and penguins to survive. While the two can have overlapping components they are not the same.
So he started searching through photos and sending messages, reaching out to women who caught his interest. In 1999, Freedom Baird was in grad school, and Furbies--those furry little robot toys that talk to you and tell you to play with them--were all the rage. When we speak of intelligent design to what extent are we also allowing for an imperfect memory capable of creative imagination? Perhaps robots making robots qualifies as growth and evolution. Sbaitso, which I'm sure would be very familiar to many Radio Lab listeners. Sbaitso was a DOS program distributed with Sound Blaster. SBAITSO = "Sound Blaster Acting Intelligent Text to Speech Operator". The program was meant to showcase primitive text-to-speech, and so it was somewhat like a talking ELIZA. This ability to project and listen, sadly, often blocks our ability to hear & see what is there, but awareness of our NEED to talk with ourselves also allows us to overcome it. The prologue of The Singularity is Near provides more relevant information to the topic at hand than your whole program did. You talked about them simulating thought and emotion, but you didn't really ask what makes human thought and emotion. Love your show, and I wish I could call in and thank the sponsors. My brother and I used to see how much verbal abuse it could take, bad children I guess. Sorry to be so harsh but it kind of like when the local band you've been following for years goes national and completely changes their sound to some kind of pop-country crap, I feel like a once awesome thing is getting spoiled. HCI can be an engineer/scientist deciding how to best position an LCD screen in a new model car.
David Hanson's robot faces look and act like yours: They recognize and respond to emotion, and make expressions of their own.
Here, an "emotional" live demo of the Einstein robot offers a peek at a future where robots truly mimic humans.
And we talk to the man who coded Cleverbot, a software program that learns from every new line of conversation it receives..that's chatting with more than 3 million humans each month. It seems questionable that a machine could approach the potency of being human without at least two substitutions: 1. Wow, listening to this show I started wondering if one day soon a computer would be more human than a person with autism. Are telling me you've not even read a Ray Kurzweil book?? Lately the show has been on a downwards slide scientifically. I feel sorry for you, that you will never know what that tastes like.