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This is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Almost Human: Making Robots Think, Artificial Intelligence: a Modern Approach, Real Robots, Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming Robotopia. Source: Wikipedia. Free update This is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Almost Human: Making Robots Think, Artificial Intelligence: a Modern Approach, Real Robots, Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming Robotopia. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Almost Human: Making Robots Think is a book written by Lee Gutkind founder of Creative Nonfiction. Gutkind spent six years as a "fly on the wall" researcher at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Melon University in Pittsburgh. There the scientists and students are working to design, build, and test robots so advanced that they will one day be able to work alongside or, in some cases, even replace humans. Almost Human is an intense portrait of the robotic subculture and the challenging quest for robot autonomy. Almost Human is 330 pages long and is published by W.W. Norton. Nomad From June 15 to July 31 of 1997, Carnegie Mellon University deployed the robotic Nomad rover to traverse the Atacama Desert of Northern Chile. Nomad traveled an unprecedented 215 km in 45 days, remotely controlled and driven from both the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA, and the Intelligent Mechanisms Group laboratory at Ames Research Center (ARC). This NASA-funded research program tested technologies critical to planetary exploration and enabled scientists to perform remote geological experiments. The total cost of developing Nomad and conducting the desert trek was $1.6 million. Nomad was operated entirely under remote control from the U.S., including telepresence and autonomous guidance with simulated 4- to 15-minute time delays such as those that would be encountered on missions to Mars. 20 of the 215 km it traveled were done under autonomous control. Nomad is about the size of a small car and massed 550 kg. To maneuver through roug...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2528088


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This is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Almost Human: Making Robots Think, Artificial Intelligence: a Modern Approach, Real Robots, Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming Robotopia. Source: Wikipedia. Free update This is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Almost Human: Making Robots Think, Artificial Intelligence: a Modern Approach, Real Robots, Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming Robotopia. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Almost Human: Making Robots Think is a book written by Lee Gutkind founder of Creative Nonfiction. Gutkind spent six years as a "fly on the wall" researcher at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Melon University in Pittsburgh. There the scientists and students are working to design, build, and test robots so advanced that they will one day be able to work alongside or, in some cases, even replace humans. Almost Human is an intense portrait of the robotic subculture and the challenging quest for robot autonomy. Almost Human is 330 pages long and is published by W.W. Norton. Nomad From June 15 to July 31 of 1997, Carnegie Mellon University deployed the robotic Nomad rover to traverse the Atacama Desert of Northern Chile. Nomad traveled an unprecedented 215 km in 45 days, remotely controlled and driven from both the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA, and the Intelligent Mechanisms Group laboratory at Ames Research Center (ARC). This NASA-funded research program tested technologies critical to planetary exploration and enabled scientists to perform remote geological experiments. The total cost of developing Nomad and conducting the desert trek was $1.6 million. Nomad was operated entirely under remote control from the U.S., including telepresence and autonomous guidance with simulated 4- to 15-minute time delays such as those that would be encountered on missions to Mars. 20 of the 215 km it traveled were done under autonomous control. Nomad is about the size of a small car and massed 550 kg. To maneuver through roug...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2528088

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