Simulated despondency for robots in distress

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Authors: Isley, V. and Smith, P.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31880/

https://www.mitpressjournals.org/

Journal: LEONARDO

Volume: 52

Issue: 1

Pages: 71-72

Publisher: MIT Press

eISSN: 1530-9282

ISSN: 0024-094X

DOI: 10.1162/leon_a_01468

It is widely accepted that increased human interaction with natural systems is responsible for complex environmental issues, with most current thinking centered on the provision of advanced technological solutions. One response emerging from current bio-inspired robotics research proposes artificial neural networks (ANNs) enhanced with artificial hormones for increased performance and efficiency. Here the authors discuss their artistic project concept, developed in collaboration with a bio-inspired artificial life lab, considering the affordance of emotional robotics to develop despondency in the field.

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Authors: Isley, V. and Smith, P.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31880/

Journal: Leonardo

Volume: 52

Issue: 1

Pages: 71-72

ISSN: 0024-094X

DOI: 10.1162/LEON_a_01468

© 2019 ISAST. It is widely accepted that increased human interaction with natural systems is responsible for complex environmental issues, with most current thinking centered on the provision of advanced technological solutions. One response emerging from current bioinspired robotics research proposes artificial neural networks (ANNs) enhanced with artificial hormones for increased performance and efficiency. Here the authors discuss their artistic project concept, developed in collaboration with a bioinspired artificial life lab, considering the affordance of emotional robotics to develop despondency in the field.

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Authors: Isley, V. and Smith, P.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31880/

Journal: LEONARDO

Volume: 52

Issue: 1

Pages: 71-72

eISSN: 1530-9282

ISSN: 0024-094X

DOI: 10.1162/leon_a_01468

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