Neurotic robots fall apart when asked to act human
- June 8, 2014
- Jeff Krichmar, cognitive sciences professor, is featured by the Examiner.com June 8, 2014
From the Examiner:
What if a robot could behave like a human? Scientists at University of California, Irvine are working on a "neurotic" robot that can copy human behavior. "We are trying to make the robot brain more like human brain," explains lead researcher Jeffrey L. Krichmar, a professor of cognitive science at University of California, Irvine. The research team is making a robot act like a mouse in a cage.
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