Scientists to Teach Robots to Read Stories and Behave Well Like Humans in Human Societies

Based on the rise in artificial intelligence coded into robots, people are ever afraid if robots will not turn against them in the nearest future, prompting some people to call for the halt on robotic research while others think artificial intelligence must not be coded into robots to make them safer. But while several researchers think artificial intelligence is quite needful for robots, they also think they can be reined in or programmed to think and act like humans by being exposed to stories. This view was recently explored by Mark Riedl and Brent Harrison of the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology who think that the answer lies in Quixote. Quixote will be presented at the AAA-16 Conference in Phoenix, Arizona between February 12-17, and…


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