September 23, 2010

NSYSU Uses Neural Networking in Robots

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Humans increasingly expect their robots to be more advanced as time goes on, like the ones they see in movies and video games. Taiwan's Wei-Po Lee, Tsung-Hsien Yang and Bingchiang Jeng of National Sun Yat-sen University are using neural networks to go beyond repetitive behavior and reach emotional responses when interacting.

The team is dealing with:
-constructing control architecture to help the robot behave coherently.
-developing natural human/robotic interaction.
-building emotional responses and behavior into the robot.

The entire article was written up in the International Journal of Modelling, Identification and Control.

Via Times of India

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at September 23, 2010 8:45 PM
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