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Designing Sociable Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents) download ebook

by Cynthia Breazeal,Ronald C. Arkin

Designing Sociable Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents) download ebook
ISBN:
0262524317
ISBN13:
978-0262524315
Author:
Cynthia Breazeal,Ronald C. Arkin
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A Bradford Book; PAP/CDR edition (August 20, 2004)
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282 pages
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Most results from this community have software embodiments as opposed to their robotic counterparts. The series will concentrate on volumes that advance the theory, design, and practice of intelligent robots and autonomous agents.

Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated . Series: Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents series. Hardcover: 281 pages.

Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool.

Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots. Mechanics of Robotic Manipulation, Matthew T. Mason, 2001. Designing Sociable Robots, Cynthia L. Breazeal, 2002. Behavior-Based Robotics, Ronald C. Arkin, 1998. Layered Learning in Multiagent Systems: A Winning Approach to Robotic Soccer, Peter Stone, 2000. Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots, Roland Siegwart and Illah R. Nourbakhsh, 2004. Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots. Roland Siegwart and Illah R. Nourbakhsh.

Behavior-Based Robotics (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents). Download (pdf, 4. 1 Mb) Donate Read.

Designing Sociable Robots. A Bradford Book The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England. c 2002 Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Probabilistic robotics is a new and growing area in robotics . This book introduces the reader to a wealth of techniques and algorithms in the field

Probabilistic robotics is a new and growing area in robotics, concerned with perception and control in the face of uncertainty. Building on the field of mathematical statistics, probabilistic robotics endows robots with a new level of robustness in real-world situations. This book introduces the reader to a wealth of techniques and algorithms in the field. In this case, modeling the agent's purpose improves the pose estimate as her control selection provides additional information about the hidden state space.

Designing Sociable Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents series). Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool

Designing Sociable Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents series). Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool. A sociable robot will be able to understand us, to communicate and interact with us, to learn from us and grow with us. It will be socially intelligent in a humanlike way. Eventually sociable robots will assist us in our daily lives, as collaborators and companions.

Designing Sociable Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents). This book was written over 10 years ago by Cynthia Breazeal, a robotic scientist from MIT Media Lab, about her vision of a robot that behaves in a socially acceptable manner with human beings

Designing Sociable Robots (Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents). 0262524317 (ISBN13: 9780262524315). This book was written over 10 years ago by Cynthia Breazeal, a robotic scientist from MIT Media Lab, about her vision of a robot that behaves in a socially acceptable manner with human beings.

Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool

Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool.

Cynthia Breazeal here presents her vision of the sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool. A sociable robot will be able to understand us, to communicate and interact with us, to learn from us and grow with us. It will be socially intelligent in a humanlike way. Eventually sociable robots will assist us in our daily lives, as collaborators and companions. Because the most successful sociable robots will share our social characteristics, the effort to make sociable robots is also a means for exploring human social intelligence and even what it means to be human.

Breazeal defines the key components of social intelligence for these machines and offers a framework and set of design issues for their realization. Much of the book focuses on a nascent sociable robot she designed named Kismet. Breazeal offers a concrete implementation for Kismet, incorporating insights from the scientific study of animals and people, as well as from artistic disciplines such as classical animation. This blending of science, engineering, and art creates a lifelike quality that encourages people to treat Kismet as a social creature rather than just a machine. The book includes a CD-ROM that shows Kismet in action.

Reviews:
  • Perilanim
Written by someone who has an instinct about how the future will turn out to be. I used this book to write my own futurist novel. Post Singularity London, this book helped me like several others did in the same way.
  • Zeli
The book is well structured, and includes many photos and diagrams. I found it useful because I work exactly on the same topic. However, most of its content can be found elsewhere (in published articles). The accompanying CD-ROM includes very interesting videos, although I think they can also be found elsewhere. In summay, I definitely recommend this book, but only if you are really interested in the topic and/or in Kismet, and you want to know as many details as you can.
  • Monn
This book is a must read for anyone who is serious about the future of Robotics and how these biomechanical devices will interact with us.