Robotics & AI Glossary
Find definitions, synonyms, etymology and example of robotics, AI and Automation terms
An open-source middleware framework used for developing software to control robots
A test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human
The rate of technological progress and innovation tends to accelerate exponentially over time
Hybrot is a hybrid robot that combines biological and mechanical components to achieve unique capabilities
the specialized tools or attachments that are installed at the end of a robotic arm or manipulator
The simulation of human intelligence in machines to perform tasks such as learning, decision making, problem solving, visual perception and natural language processing
the study of the interaction between humans and robots, and encompasses the design, implementation, and evaluation of robots that work alongside or interact with people
The feeling of unease or discomfort that people may experience when they encounter human-like robots
a mechanical device that converts energy into motion
Integration of robotics and the internet of things (IoT) to create intelligent, autonomous systems that can interact with the physical world and communicate with each other
Acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, an educational approach that integrates these four fields to foster innovation and problem-solving skills
Emotion-AI refers to the ability of machines and systems to recognize, understand, and respond to human emotions.
Technological singularity: The hypothetical point where the machines grow so advanced that humans are forced into a societal and existential crisis.
Biorobotics is the field of robotics that studies the integration of biological materials, systems and principles into robotic technology.
Are a group of robots that are designed to work together as a collective, coordinated unit
is an interdisciplinary field of study that deals with the understanding of the principles of control, communication, and regulation in both natural and artificial systems.
A flexible robot that can adapt its shape to suit the task or environment
is a type of robot that has been designed to resemble a human in both form and function
The area of study where roboticists, philosophers and engineers debate the ethical, social, humanitarian and ecological aspects of robotics
The combination of mechanics, electronics and informatics
a robot (machine) or creature with the appearance and qualities of a human
The use of machines and computers, such as robots, to perform tasks previously considered repetitive, automatically and with minimal human interaction
The branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots.
A specialist in robots
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