Fanuc’s ‘Proto-Intelligence’ technology to teach robots human skills

Nov 03, 2016 12:11 PM EDT LONDON – MAY 06: The Shadow Robot company’s dextrous hand robot holds an Apple at the Streetwise Robots event held at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre on May 6, 2008 in London, England. The Dextrous Robotic Hand has a bank of 40 Air Muscles which make it capable of 24 movements and the most advanced robot hand in the World. (Photo : Jeff J Mitchell/ Getty Images) Bots at home or at a factory assist humans in different tasks. But, do they prove to be at human level of efficiency? This matter has become the top concern of experts Suzanne Gildert and Geordie Rose. These bots need to have human skills for flexible assistance. Suzanne Gildert and Geordie Rose run a secretive artificial intelligenceā€¦

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