Berto Jongman: RoboEarth, RoboBrain — ZERO True Cost Economics Included

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Robotic brain ‘learns’ skills from the internet

A super-intelligent robotic “brain” that can learn new skills by browsing millions of web pages has been developed by US researchers. Robo Brain is designed to acquire a vast range of skills and knowledge from publicly available information sources such as YouTube. The information it learns can then be accessed by robots around the world, helping them to perform everyday tasks. A similar project is already being developed in Europe.

RoboEarth, described as a world wide web for robots, was demonstrated by researchers at Eindhoven University in the Netherlands in January. Like Robo Brain, it aims to become a global repository for information that can be accessed by other robots. But unlike RoboEarth, Robo Brain is able to build up its own understanding from the information it gets from the internet, rather than being programmed by humans.

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Phi Beta Iota: “Ephemeralism” is not in the vocabulary of these people, nor do they “compute” true cost economics. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are the “basement” of Western scientific orthodoxy, the end point for continuing to do the wrong things righter instead of the right thing (Ackoff 2004). Never mind that the Internet (shallow version) is 2% of the digital world dominated by pornography and gambling and that the digital world is roughly 2% of what is known. Human heuristics? We don’t need no stinkin’ humans….

See Also:

Ackoff @ Phi Beta Iota

Ephemeralism @ Phi Beta Iota

True Cost @ Phi Beta Iota