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    I was hoping for actual AI/robotics links rather than movie reviews, but thanks anyway.
     
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    A Famous and Useful Commercial A.I. Project

    Have you heard of Cyc?

    www.cyc.com

    Cyc was created by Doug Lenat at Stanford, then moved to Austin. It uses logic technology (software) to load a computer with common sense facts about the world, hoping that one day the computer will be a "smart" as a human being.
     
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    Interesting link, thanks. And welcome to here.
     
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    Thanks

    Thanks for the welcome. I've been lurking for a week or so, just to see what's up. Nice place, interesting subjects.
     
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    Since this was spawn in Conjunction with Prof. Noel Sharkey's AWOL Bot, I thought it would be a novel idea if I placed the
    READING CYBERNETICS address here.

    http://www.cyber.rdg.ac.uk/
     
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    Another nice link, thanks Stryder!

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    The "Active Character Technology," based on research at Oxford University, uses neural networks and optimization techniques (such as artificial evolution) to allow a biomechanically-realistic 3D model of a character to learn how to produce its own body motion.

    NaturalMotion believes its technique could revolutionize the film and game industries, allowing animators to create lifelike characters far more quickly and cheaply and game designers to create truly interactive characters.

    Read on...
     
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