Humanoid Robots That Behave, Speak, and Think Like Humans:A Reduction to Practice RRC-Humanoid Robot

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A radical new approach is presented to programming human-like levels of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into a humanoid robot equipped with a verbal-phoneme sound generator. The system shares 3 important characteristics with human-like input data and processing: 1) The raw data and preliminary processing of the raw data are human-like. 2) All the data are subjective, that is related and correlated with a robotic self-identity coordinate frame. 3) All the data are programmed behaviorally into the system. A multi-tasking Relational Robotic Controller (RRC)-Humanoid Robot, described and published in the peer-reviewed literature, has been specifically designed to fulfill those 3 characteristics. A RRC-controlled system may be behaviorally programmed to achieve human-like high I.Q. levels of subjective AI for the visual signals and the declarative-verbal words and sentences heard by the robot. A proof of concept RRC-Humanoid Robot is under development and present status is presented at the end of the paper.

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Rosen, A. and Rosen, D. (2015) Humanoid Robots That Behave, Speak, and Think Like Humans:A Reduction to Practice RRC-Humanoid Robot. Engineering, 7, 1-15. doi: 10.4236/eng.2015.71001.

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