The AIs are here: Robodogs, Amazon’s Astro & more. Attachment issues!

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The Seattle Times

There is the Hollywood version of AI robots — the “AI” stands for “artificial intelligence” — that has given us the scary future depicted in the “Terminator”, “Matrix,” and “RoboCop” movies. But at a gathering of lawyers and roboticists last week at the University of Washington, you could see the actual status of AI robots. They can get lost when maneuvering, they can get tripped up when trying to climb up gravelly terrain, they’ve got big time issues with multi-tasking. Yes, robots are doing astounding things. Just not like in the movies. At the We Robot 2022 conference, now in its 11th year …

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