September 13, 2010

GIT Teaches Robots to Lie

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Can robots lie? This is the subject of research from a team based at the Georgia Institute of Technology that enables them to detect whether one is susceptible and use that gullibility against another based on algorithms. They feel that the deception could help it avoid being captured by evil military sources and calm those they rescue, but robotic experts claim that the ability would not only damage robots' current positive image, but may lead to teaching them to be able to gamble and hunt.

Via Telegraph

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at September 13, 2010 8:40 AM
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