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Google is educating its robots to think for themselves in order to make them smarter.
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Google is educating its robots to think for themselves in order to make them smarter.

As robots become more intelligent, they will be better able to carry out human directions. Many businesses throughout the world concentrate on developing robots, but Google is truly leading the charge on this ambitious project. a fresh linguistic model Fast Company reports that Google is accomplishing this feat with the help of its most recent advancement in robot software research, a new language model known as PaLM-SayCan (Pathways Language Model). The software, which was developed in conjunction with Everyday Robots, gives the company's robots the ability to comprehend and carry out verbal directions, as well as more complex human requests. The robots must divide these requests into smaller steps or goals and apply the appropriate skills for each one to complete them. According to ...
Soon, robot canines might guard a station used by the US Space Force.
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Soon, robot canines might guard a station used by the US Space Force.

To automate time-consuming security operations at its Cape Canaveral spaceport, the U.S. Space Force staged a demonstration employing robot dogs, according to a military press release. Since robot dogs can complete activities without taking risks and are thus genuinely man's best friend, they have been proposed as substitutes for numerous mundane and extremely dangerous jobs. However, organizations like Ghost Robotics are seeking to develop military applications for the same technology, while businesses like Boston Dynamics have intended to employ them for emergency and civilian purposes. What tasks can robot dogs carry out? When the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was considering using these robot dogs to patrol the Southwest U.S. border, we reported on it earlier this year. Th...