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Robots can't really be intelligent can they?

Warwick, K. (1998) Robots can't really be intelligent can they? In: Proceedings of IEEE TENCON '98. IEEE Region 10 International Conference on Global Connectivity in Energy, Computer, Communication and Control. IEEE, pp. 153-157. ISBN 0780348869

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1109/TENCON.1998.797099


The whole concept of just what is and what is not, intelligence is a vitally important one. As humans interact more with machines, so the similarities and differences between human and machine intelligence need to be looked at in a sensible, scientific way. This paper considers human and machine intelligence and links them closely to physical characteristics, as exhibited by robots. Potential interfaces between humans and machines are also considered, as is the state of the art in direct physical links between humans and machines.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
ID Code:21637
Uncontrolled Keywords:direct physical links, intelligence, interfaces, machine intelligence, robots

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