Did you maybe mean robotics?
- n. Plural form of roboticist.
“Thrun gathered an all-star team of roboticists and A.I. specialists and, in effect, created a follow-up to the 2005 contest where Stanley had prevailed.”
“Several prominent roboticists in Japan have admitted they still dream of building Astro Boy.”
“Some girl was bouncing around the lunchroom being charming at prospective young roboticists, and before she knew it, Elayna was enrolled.”
“Founded in 1990 by roboticists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, iRobot has carved out a niche as both a military contractor and a consumer-robotics company.”
“While Japanese researchers have led advances in robot engineering, many European roboticists have instead focused on studying how robots will interact with humans.”
“While androids — humanlike robots — dominate popular perceptions, many roboticists believe that the robots of the future will be limited-function machines that look nothing like people.”
“In this week's CBC Search Engine podcast, there's a hilarious interview with "Joey Chaos," a teenaged new-wave goth rocker who's upset that some roboticists in Texas "stole" his name and look for their robot.”
“If that sounds like I'm being a smartass, this principle of just looking at the world rather than building up an internal representation of it is one that AI researchers and roboticists had to learn the hard way, after countless man hours and grant dollars thrown at the problem of trying to get computers to generate navigable, ongoing, updating models of the surrounding environment.”
“It's a lot of reverse engineering," says Bruce Shields, who is better known among DIY roboticists by his screen name Jawa Lunk.”
“Traditional roboticists say we can design better robots from first principles, if we work according to a plan.”
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