Artificial Intelligence Is Getting Closer To Mimicking Living Beings Behavior


A series of incredible images reveal the terrifying capabilities of robots powered by artificial intelligence built by Boston-Dynamics. In one of the videos, Atlas, the android robot can be seen while jogging on a green space. In the second clip, you can see the robot dog, SpotMini, who manages to sail through the office, climb and descend the stairs.

Artificial intelligence reached higher levels than we thought

The Boston-Dynamics company, in Massachusetts, conducted the SpotMini robot manually during the demonstration tests. According to Mail Online, through this, the robot has managed to create a map of the office with the help of the cameras it is equipped with.

Once the track has been learned, the robot manages to navigate through the office as shown in the video below. The robot manages to get through all the obstacles, including stairs and narrow corridors.

“SpotMini is a small four-legged robot that has a similar structure to a dog,” informs the Boston-Dynamics site.

It weighs about 25-30 pounds and is completely electrified, after a shell it can be active for 90 minutes.

AI powers Atlas robot to behave more and more as a human being

In the second video are presented the new features of the Atlas robot, which make its moves more natural, similar to the movements of the human body. The battery-powered robot can go through the land with various difficulties, as he can make jumping on the back and can even maintain his balance on a tree trunk.

Certain people on social networks have, of course, expressed their concern about the development of these technologies.

The dream humanity has always been to recreate us in the form of robots controlled by artificial intelligence. This theory is more and more close to reality and, as an example, there is the film of the Atlas robot and the SpotMini dog-robot.

Erin VanDyke lives on her family farm and has more than 35 years of hands-on experience with the use of livestock guard dogs for predator control. On their farm, Jan and her family use corgis as herding dogs and have raised Shetland sheep, Fainting goats, Morgan and Trakehner horses, and historic breeds of chickens and turkeys. Erin is also an active beekeeper.


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