But one of the little-discussed aspects of robotics is the development of AI – artificial intelligence – even though it is one of the most rapidly advancing computer science disciplines.
Much of AI relies on development of a scientific process known as conversational modeling, which – up to this point – has been rudimentary. But all of that is changing; devices – computers, robots, any device utilizing AI – are becoming much more mature.
Case in point: A new Google AI bot that lectured a human researcher during trials recently who was attempting to get a definition of morality.
“The project studied conversational modeling, the prediction on what should come next within dialogues, which is a key to understanding natural language and artificial intelligence,” Tech Times reported. . .
As documented further in the research study, during one Q & A with the AI robot, the researcher asked, “What is immoral?”
The machine answered, “The fact that you have a child.”
(Read more from “Robots Denounce Child-Bearing as ‘Immoral'” HERE)