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Robotic expressions part 2 which happens to be the latest article after the robotic expression part 1. A brainchild Hiroshi Ishiguro- his theory is able to observe human beings from a distance, and then mimic their facial expressions via robotics. This article will expose us to the world of robotic expression.

Robotics is an interesting field of study that you will never regret knowing. This course of study has occupied the attention of many scholars over time, but the exposition in this article is a great eye opener.

The origin of robotic expression has placed certain physicists into debating camps; some are in the complimentary manner, while others are vehemently against this view. You will know more of this analysis as we progress in this discussion. Robotic expression is a discussion worth having.

If you watched some videos about robotic expressions, you will discover that robots can so in an accurate manner, raises there eyebrow, contract there lips, and so on. Misunderstanding, frustrations and even flirtations can be mimicked by robots.

As it is now there is the possibility that in the nearby future robots will appear more ecstatically and add love like emotions towards humans. We are usually happy staring at the actions of robots in our televisions, phones or computers, Soon we will share those same emotions towards our robots.

Robots can recognize facial expressions through static images- it can comfortably map out basic emotions like surprise, joy, sadness, and so on. Though they could recognize your facial expressions, but they will not be able to convey empathy or sympathy to you. This is the main thing that differentiates it with humans.

A robot is a mechanical device that can perform already programmed task. They have been manufactured for the purpose of performing certain tasks. More so, they appear in variety of forms and sizes. A robot can either act under the direct surveillance of a computer or man.

A robot can be used to do something that is too dangerous for man to do. Just to cite one example, a robot that is used in automobile production can be used in performing some automate repetitive tasks; this will help in reducing the cost of performing those tasks.

Some robots can interact and respond with their environments, but keep in mind that though they display knowledge here, but this knowledge is not an actual knowledge, instead it is known as artificial intelligence. There is a wide margin between the actual intelligible knowledge and the already programmed knowledge. This is another one of the things that differentiate man from these robots.

Robotics is the art of manufacturing or producing robots. The person that performs these tasks is called a robotic engineer. For you to be a successful engineer, you must have acquired the working Knowledge of software, electronics and mechanics.

A robot needs to be controlled one way or another, this is the only way it can be made to recognize patterns, avoid certain circumstances, and perform certain tasks. Artificial intelligence is the language displayed by computer software.

Competitions for robots are ongoing both among professionals and students in the elementary, middle, high school, and tertiary institutions. The robots are made to compete on some skills such as game playing, combat, performing tasks, maze solving, as well as navigational exercises.

There are some robots that will never work unless there is a human intervention, while others can work just by a simple click. All we are saying in this article is that robots have come to stay; they will surely help us in doing our tasks successfully and perhaps even be our best friend.

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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