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  1. Jan 2021
  2. Dec 2020
    1. SantéNao, le robot humanoïde qui peut aider les enfants autistes

      Un titre qui fait l'état de l'article et nous présente la problématique ainsi que le point de vue de l'auteur.

  3. Jul 2020
  4. Jun 2020
    1. Selon un rapport publié en 2013 par Frey et Osborne [1], 47 % des métiers aux États-Unis pourraient être remplacés par un ordinateur ou un robot d'ici quelques décennies.


  5. May 2020
  6. Apr 2020
    1. Les robots permettent la mise en place de nouveaux sujets pédagogiques et de méthodes d’apprentissage innovantes. Ils aident les élèves à développer leurs compétences en résolution de problèmes ainsi que leurs capacités d’analyse.

      Outil ludique, pratique et efficace

    2. Comme plusieurs études et recherches l'ont démontré, les grandes caractéristiques de nos robots humanoïdes répondent parfaitement aux objectifs pédagogiques en matière d’enseignement. Plus de 17 000 Pepper et NAO sont déjà présents sur le marché mondial de l’éducation et permettent d'ouvrir la voie à de nouvelles formes de pédagogie et de salles de classe.

      Objectifs péfagogiques

    1. you may be more likely to work alongside a robot in the near future than have one replace you. And even better news: You’re more likely to make friends with a robot than have one murder you. Hooray for the future!
  7. Jan 2020
  8. Dec 2019
    1. A new species would bless me as its creator and source

      The religious connotations of the passage connect Victor to the human project of playing God, much as Adam was said to be formed of clay. Historically, Jewish rabbis were also thought to have created golems from clay to seek revenge on enemies. However, following orders literally, the golems inevitably became destructive. Cautionary tales about technology and hubris were not only frequent in Shelley's time but have proliferated. In Karel Čapek's R.U.R (1920), for example, robots confound expectations by violently rebelling against their creators. Cadavers for anatomical training in this period were scarce, and thus a medical education meant to study and extend life also fostered serial killers who committed murders for the sake of selling fresh corpses. Such killing sprees were ended by the Anatomical Act of 1832 in England, which made corpses legally available for medical research.

  9. Aug 2018
    1. In the future, robots will play a more critical role in the intelligent manufacturing field, which requires more data space and higher computing power.

      This is interesting.

  10. Jul 2018
    1. This system of demonstrating tasks to one robot that can then transfer its skills to other robots with different body shapes, strengths, and constraints might just be the first step toward independent social learning in robots. From there, we might be on the road to creating cultured robots.
    2. Soon we might add robots to this list. While our fanciful desert scene of robots teaching each other how to defuse bombs lies in the distant future, robots are beginning to learn socially. If one day robots start to develop and share knowledge independently of humans, might that be the seed for robot culture?
  11. Jan 2018
  12. Mar 2017
    1. For the next eleven months, I was deafened by the drone of a robot. Every twenty minutes or so, the robot would stand up with a pre-contract and head off down the corridor to notch up a new sale.


  13. Jul 2016
    1. ICRA 2016 in Stockholm

      lâu quên mẹ nó hội nghị này thằng Redwan có dự ông Chong chắc cũng có

  14. Aug 2015
    1. There’s a self-seriousness that might not have been predicted from a show called Mr. Robot, but if viewers can run with it, it could be one of TV’s most surprising summer discoveries


      For real tho!