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Expresions Part 1

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Individuals can interact successfully via emotions. This can make a robot be more respectful to humans. The easiest places emotions are displayed are on the face.

The robot is capable of changing facial expressions. All we are saying here is that the facial expression is a cost-effective, realistic and art of displaying emotions.

For robots to integrate perfectly into the society, they ought to be more effective- this implies communicating with anyone or anything that the robot may come across.

Robots must be accustomed to interact or communicate effectively with humans, rather than humans being accustomed to learn how they can interact with robots.

There is an on-going work to make sure that robots that will communicate like humans are created. One of the best and easiest ways that humans communicate is through facial expressions.

Currently, scientists and even physicists have created robots that have the capacity to recognize or mimic facial expressions. A few of them produced a robot that will be able to interact and mimic facial expressions. A robot produced at Massachusetts Institute of Technology produced by Breazeal was able to recognize facial expressions. Robots are becoming a part of life.

The communication between robots and humans are becoming interesting on a daily basis. This communication becomes much easier through the use of realistic facial expressions.

Expressions are something that happens in our everyday life, both humans and robots can interact through emotions. However, it is not widely welcomed for robots to display anger via their actions in assistive robotics except in theatrical plays, novels, and movies.

Thus, producers or robotics systems are expected to channel their robots in such a way that they could express emotions to their audience.

A lot of theories have been propounded about robotics. In the first place, they can displace people from their everyday lives. If they acquire intelligence and expressions, these will help them in acting and thinking on their own, and these may make them to threaten and even become hostile to humankind.

However, every robot has its own mechanical limitations plus their lack of human mind- they are incapable of thinking thought. Despite the experiences and recommendations one may have about robots, the fact remains that they don’t have senses of responsibility, heart feelings and creative thought processes- all these are qualities that expresses freedom of expression and human aspirations.

The term robotics simply means the technology that includes the manufacture, design and uses of robots. A robotics engineer is someone that works within the field of robotics- such a person need to be deep-rooted in mechanics, software and electronics.

Robots needs to be controlled so that they can be able to perform various tasks, avoid obstacles, move along certain paths, and recognize patterns. These functions involve three essential robotic paradigms such as processing, perception and action. Adaptable and complex control strategies are called artificial intelligence.

To make towering impacts or to make certain tasks, the robots needs to move. When you are designing a robot, you need to consider two points such as the motion in conjunction or dynamics and the kinematics. This will surely go a long way in improving the robot’s actions.

There are certain functions of robots; they can be used in performing repetitive tasks, and they are available in various sizes and shapes. This makes them to perform more tasks than humans.

Robots can be used in environments or dangerous areas where people are not expected to tread such as mining, deep water, bomb disposal, toxic waste cleanup and so on. Robots are also useful in clinics, hospitals, warehouses, malls, super stores, container ports, for safety and security patrols, as well as for transportation of goods and services. Adding expressions to a robot is not necessary for all these environments, but will benefit mankind and robotics in most of them.

Last modified on Sunday, 04 August 2013 01:48
Donald Nadeau

is a Artificial Intelligence, Home Automation, Robotics, and Programming enthusiast. Donald is also the CEO of SyberShot Studios, and owner of ScriptedIntelligence.com and QuantumOculus.com

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