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Post  Artilects rule! on Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:59 pm

By the way, the above was me.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Konrad13 on Sat Feb 07, 2009 3:57 am

While highly detailed, the biggest flaw lies in the truth detection software. You see, while there are no doubt humans who are smart and/or wise enough to determine a lie, the average human does not carry this "ability." It is learned, slowly and over time.

Otherwise, highly detailed. I would suggest more integration between the divisions as well (learning combined with physical tough, for instance). By making everything connect to learning and the other methods, the AI could develop better and become more realistic.

As for the voice: that is a trivial matter at the immediate moment, but I have suggested several times now that contact with Yamaha for use of their vocaloid programming would be greatly beneficial to the development.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Aiko on Sat Feb 07, 2009 6:38 am

Hi,

Yes, voice with more "lively" and less mono tone.
That will be my future upgrade for the BRAINS software.
Still haven't figure out how to do emotion for the software.


If I had the money, I would just buy other people technology.... but I don't... so you have to do it yourself.

As for the Aiko knowing her own location....
Easy.... just add indoor GPS... assuming I have the money.
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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Artilects rule! on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:42 pm

Aiko wrote:Hi,

Yes, voice with more "lively" and less mono tone.
That will be my future upgrade for the BRAINS software.
Still haven't figure out how to do emotion for the software.


If I had the money, I would just buy other people technology.... but I don't... so you have to do it yourself.

As for the Aiko knowing her own location....
Easy.... just add indoor GPS... assuming I have the money.
Assuming you want to eventually expand her commercially, you now have a deadline for it.
Japan wants a robot in every home by 2015 (only 6 more years).
By then there will be so many around Aiko will get lost on the market.
As an example, you don't hear about Hunt's Tomato Paste anymore (except in home cooking).
Most high traffic restaurants won't even use it because people prefer Heinz® Ketchup.

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Will a robot really be your house maid by then.

Post  WulfCry on Mon Mar 16, 2009 7:18 pm

I've seen a documentary on the English BBC about robots.
For the things they still struggle about a robot to whatever definition defines theirs
possibly will see the lights of day in Uhm say 2070 if not for another financial crisis ,
or whatever seems to put lag on serious distributions of functional androids.

This reminds me a little about how people in the 1930 expect flying cars in the year 2000
or a robot that will serve us and do our every bidding.

I know I'm a little sarcastic and pessimistic but the trouble still is defining A.I which is different then human
intelligence.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  SixStringSamurai on Sat Mar 21, 2009 11:02 pm

I'm a non-computer educated person so this question may be stupid.

Would having the computer be the "brains" of Aiko and Aiko herself be a remote puppet of the program make things easier for programming and production? Or am I just talking out of my butt ?

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Aiko on Sun Mar 22, 2009 3:47 am

Hi SixStringSamurai,

Welcome to the forum, can you re-phrase the questions, so that I can understand it better.
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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  SixStringSamurai on Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:51 am

What if you made it to where everything about Aiko was on the computer, and the physical body of Aiko was controlled by wireless remote ? Would that make things easier or more difficult ?

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I don't understand.

Post  Guest on Mon Mar 23, 2009 12:27 am

What if you made it to where everything about Aiko was on the computer, and the physical body of Aiko was controlled by wireless remote ? Would that make things easier or more difficult ?
Censors on her body don't really feel sensation if that's what you mean.
They are hooked up to the BRAINS software, as is the visual cues system and vocal reactions, so in a way she already is just a doll.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Kal-el on Mon Mar 23, 2009 7:43 pm

SixStringSamurai wrote:What if you made it to where everything about Aiko was on the computer, and the physical body of Aiko was controlled by wireless remote ? Would that make things easier or more difficult ?

I think it will be a lot more difficult like that, the robot works like this:

Brains software is processed by the CPU-> signals get send to micro controlers through the main board's I/O ports-> then micro controlers convert those signals in 8bits or 16bits and send them to the servo motors, I think the range of those signals are between 1 and 1.5, 1 they go to one side and 1.5 to the opposite side and with values between 1,1.5 they rotate in between the left or right as to say.

Sending the signals from the main board's I/O ports(let's say the main board is in your PC not the robot's body) to the micro controlers wireless is possible with wireless network cards but you would only complicate yourself too much.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Aiko on Sat Mar 28, 2009 12:44 pm

To: SixStringSamurai

Yes, it is possible to add wireless feature to control Aiko. Such as overwrite to manual control from across the street....
Such as having Aiko manual learn new object from across the street.

I only did it once, it was inside a TV station at CBC....
It didn't go as well as a plan..... too much interference.....

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Discoman on Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:20 pm

would a different radio frequency help? maybe a VLF signal? and as the brains software seems to be limited in sensor count, what about connecting the main board to several daughter boards, which connect to sensors. so a large amount of touch sensors could be in her face, and the daughter board would identify which sensor was triggered and where it is, then send that data to the software, which would act accordingly.
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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Aiko on Sat Aug 08, 2009 7:27 pm

Sensor board is very small. You can pretty much add a lot inside of Aiko.
Wireless N is cheap and you can get them easily at any computer store.
VLF signal... something to look into.
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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  Guest on Sat Aug 08, 2009 11:37 pm

That was a fascinating thought that I Was not alone in thinking of this concept, something I had considered once before myself on a design project I was working on for solar. I had called it "Remote Viewing" where the physical brain and self awareness modules existed outside of the body of the structure I was designing. I dropped the concept because I did not like the idea of wifi. Even today every computer in my house is hardwired.

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Post  Discoman on Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:37 pm

i used hardwired for a while... i switched over to wireless on my computer. a wireless N MIMO card for less than $30 including shipping. maximum speed of 300 megabytes a second transfer. made by netgear.

pretty much went with no more computer wires for internet.

that's the only thin i use wireless (apart from phone and such).

in addition to VLF, there's ELF, or maybe microwave communication? a simple antenna would broadcast a 360 degree signal but would be harder to set up... ELF and VLF require long antennas, maybe the frame of aiko would become the antenna?
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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  datt37 on Mon Dec 28, 2009 1:18 pm

Hi every body!

Khi chuyển động rất khó để xác định mọi vật.

Tôi nghĩ rằng chụp lại một vài bức ảnh để phân tích (phân tích mục tiêu cần nhận diện) cùng một lúc với phân tích chuyển động video bằng 2 chương tŕnh con sau đó chọn lọc kết quả.

Thanhks (vietnamese)

When motion is difficult to define things.
I think a couple of photos taken for analysis (analysis to identify the target) at the same time with motion video analysis with two program and then selectively results.
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This wasn't me.

Post  Guest on Tue Dec 29, 2009 7:12 am

That was a fascinating thought that I Was not alone in thinking of this concept, something I had considered once before myself on a design project I was working on for solar. I had called it "Remote Viewing" where the physical brain and self awareness modules existed outside of the body of the structure I was designing. I dropped the concept because I did not like the idea of wifi. Even today every computer in my house is hardwired.
Who said this?
I thought guests could only use a name that isn't already used.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  nick11380 on Tue Dec 29, 2009 9:49 pm

Who said this?
I thought guests could only use a name that isn't already used.

After v was banned for trolling this site. I thought you had to register & log in before you could post.

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Re: Aiko hardware and software BRAINS

Post  WulfCry on Wed Dec 30, 2009 9:28 am

nick11380 wrote:
Who said this?
I thought guests could only use a name that isn't already used.

After v was banned for trolling this site. I thought you had to register & log in before you could post.

Uhm I think you guy's forgot that if not registered on this site you always can leave a post as a "Guest" , Your unlucky choosing quest as a nickname lol , But this is how it is. You could change your Guest nickname into something quiet similar for distinction. Smile

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Done

Post  Guest 1 on Thu Dec 31, 2009 10:27 am

Just so you know who it is.

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Post  nick11380 on Mon Jan 04, 2010 5:16 pm

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Conformable, flexible, pressure and thermal sensors

Post  Kthomp06 on Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:53 am

I found this on the internet this morning, Conformable, flexible, pressure and thermal sensors.

Conformable, flexible, pressure and thermal sensors






Fig. 1.
A conformable network of pressure sensors. (A) A plastic film with organic transistors and pressure-sensitive rubber is processed mechanically to form a unique net-shaped structure, which makes a film device extendable by 25%. A magnified view of extended net-structures is also shown. (B and C) The circuit diagram of the pressure sensor network is shown (B) together with a picture of the 3 × 3 sensor cells (C). A word line, denoted as WL, is connected to the gate electrodes, and a bit line, denoted as BL, is connected to the drain electrodes. The circuit diagram of the thermal sensor network can be obtained by replacing the resistances with diodes. (Scale bar: 4 mm.) (D) The optical microscopic image of an organic transistor before shaping the net or integrating it with sensors. The dotted line indicates the semiconductor channel layer. (Scale bar: 1 mm.)
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Printing Silicon Electronics

Post  Kthomp06 on Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:55 pm

I found this, which could possibly help make more room if Aiko had flexible circuit boards instead of solid ones.

Printing Silicon Electronics

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Flexible and stretchable electronics

Post  Kthomp06 on Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:13 am

This looks promising having boards made like this you could curve them around things.

Flexible and stretchable electronics

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