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Nakano did not write about anything past the third generation of robots. But we might mention a fourth-generation robot: a machine of a sort yet to be deployed. An example is a fleet or population of robots that reproduce and evolve. Past that, we might say that a fifth-generation robot is something humans haven t yet dreamed of or, if someone has thought up such a thing, he or she has not published the brainstorm.
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Years ago, roboticist and engineer Rodney Brooks became well known for his work with insect robots. His approach to robotics and AI was at first considered unorthodox. Before his time, engineers wanted robotic AI systems to mimic human thought processes. The machines were supposed to stand alone and be capable of operating independently of humans or other machines. But Brooks believed that insectlike intelligence might be superior to humanlike intelligence in many applications. Support for his argument came from the fact that insect colonies are highly efficient, and often they survive adversity better than supposedly higher life forms.
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Insect robots operate in large numbers under the control of a central AI system. A mobile insect robot has several legs, a set of wheels, or a track drive. The first machines of this type, developed by Brooks, looked like beetles. They ranged in size from more than a foot long to less than a millimeter across. Most significant is the fact that they worked collectively. Individual robots, each with its own controller, do not necessarily work well together in a team. This shouldn t be too surprising; people are the same way. Professional sports teams have been assembled by buying the best players in the business, but the team won t win unless the players get along. Insects, in contrast, are stupid at the individual level. Ants and bees are like idiot robots, or, perhaps, like ideal soldiers. But an anthill or beehive, just like a well-trained military unit, is an efficient system, controlled by a powerful central brain. Rodney Brooks saw this fundamental difference between autonomous and collective intelligence. He saw that most of his colleagues were trying to build autonomous robots, perhaps because of the natural tendency for humans to envision robots as humanoid. To Brooks, it was obvious that a major avenue of technology was being neglected. Thus he began designing robot colonies, each consisting of many units under the control of a central AI system. Brooks envisioned microscopic insect robots that might live in your house, coming out at night to clean your floors and countertops. Antibody robots of even tinier proportions could be injected into a person infected with some previously incurable
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A robot is autonomous if it is self-contained, housing its own computer system, and not depending on a central computer for its commands. It gets around under its own power, usually by rolling on wheels or by moving on two, four, or six legs. Figure 34-1 shows the locations of controllers (computers) in robot systems. Robots are shown as squares and controllers as solid black dots. In the drawing at A, there is only one controller; it is central and is common to all the individual robots. The com-
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34-1 Controllers in robot systems. Squares represent robots, and dots represent controllers. Straight lines represent possible communication paths. At A, an insect robot fleet; at B, a set of autonomous robots.
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648 Robotics and artificial intelligence puter communicates with, and coordinates, the robots through wires or fiber optics or via radio. In the drawing at B, each robot has its own controller, and there is no central computer. Straight lines show possible paths of communication among robot controllers in both scenarios. Simple robots, like those in assembly lines, are not autonomous. The more complex the task, and the more different things a robot must do, the more autonomy it will have. The most autonomous robots have AI. The ultimate autonomous robot will act like a living animal or human. Such a machine has not yet been developed, and it will probably be at least the year 2050 before this level of sophistication is reached.
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