The world’s first “thinking” robot with a brain created by scientists

The world’s first “thinking” robot with a brain created by scientists
The world’s first “thinking” robot with a brain created by scientists

Japanese scientists have created the world’s first “thinking” robot that is capable of circumventing walls and obstacles.

The robot has brain-like neurons grown in the lab, and when the cells were stimulated with electricity, the machine successfully navigated a small maze.

A technique called “physical reserve computing” allowed him to make sense of brain waves and bypass barriers, the researchers said.

Co-author Professor Hirokazu Takahashi stated: “These nerve cells, or neurons, were grown from living cells.

“They acted as a physical repository for the computer to build coherent signals.”

This is the first time that a robot has been “taught” intelligence. The signals carried environmental information as you progressed through the maze.

If the AI ​​(artificial intelligence) vehicle veered in the wrong direction or looked in the wrong direction, neurons in the cell culture were disturbed by an electrical impulse. In a series of tests, he was continuously fed the signals until he accomplished the task.

Source: independentespanol.com

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