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Robots will learn by themselves, alone!
posted February 12 2011 22:01.04 by Giorgos Lazaridis

So far, right after a robot is made, the long "teaching" period begins, and humans do this teaching. In the future, this may change completely, taking humans out of the teaching process! How? With RoboEarth. This website will be the wiki for robots. All robots will be able to connect to it. As soon as they finish a work, the bots will automatically upload data to this site, while others will be able to download them. That is terrifying cool! Be sure you know RoboEarth, for we may hear it soon.

[Via: physorg]    [Link: roboearth]
Tags: robot   commercial   internet related   

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