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Biomimetic Robotics

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“Is it man? Or is it machine?” Alan Turing already addressed this problem in 1950, as he introduced an intelligence test with which the difference between human and computer intelligence could be measured. Passing this “Turing Test” still is “subject to research” and will remain so for quite some time. But while computers cannot keep in pace with the human brain on this issue, copying human motion behaviour is slowly coming to realisation, for a large part due to advances in mechatronic systems. Biology uses the concept of “embodied intelligence” and thus obtains a perfect integration of body and mind. How can we use the concept of embodied intelligence in the development of more advanced robotic systems, which can augment and replace their biological counterparts?

This talk is part of the Artificial Intelligence and Natural Computation seminars series.

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