Регистрация  :  Пароль?  :  Закрыть
Рекомендуем так же посмотреть фильмы и не забудьте о шаблоны dle на нашем ресурсе скачать аниме у нас на портале
Home Contact Advertising RSS

Chess-playing robot star of Taiwan tech fair

Опубликовано : 1-09-2017, 16:18 | Категория: Technology news   


The annual Computex exhibition in Taipei begins with Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen striving to boost the island's economy through the "Asian Silicon Valley" project, raising startups and attracting investments from major international companies.
A full-sized robot impressed the visitors by taking a piece of a pawn in a mocked chess game.
The inventors say that they assume that the machine has a number of uses, from work on assembly lines to maintenance.
"He can recognize the shape of a small chess pawn, notify her brain, make AI movements and interact with his adversary," said division director Lewis Liu from the Taiwan Institute of Industrial Technology, who built the robot.
Included with the intelligent vision system, the robot can also determine how much is left in the cup of coffee to determine if it needs replenishment.
In Taiwan, a group of mini robots called "Pepper" has already been introduced to workplaces.
Last year they were run in two banks and an insurance company in Taipei, danced to music, played with children in the lobby and conducted aerobics classes for staff.
The American electric vehicle company Tesla also stressed the importance of artificial intelligence, as it demonstrated its S and X models for the first time at the exhibition.
The American automaker entered the Taiwan market in September last year.
"We are on the road to becoming completely without a driver," said Hans Lee, marketing and communications manager at Tesla in Taiwan.
Checking the car models was Taiwan's vice president Chen Jian-jen, who said that last month the government set up an artificial intelligence lab with the private sector and called this area "the key direction of our country's development."
After a bloated year over virtual reality in 2016, it was still distributed among companies developing new ways of using technology, in addition to entertainment and games.
The Hong Kong Zotac company introduced its VR backpack, which allows the user to move around without fear of disconnecting the connecting wires while playing video games.
But Jackie Huang, product manager at Zotac, said that many customers used it for uninteresting purposes, including combat training and post-traumatic treatment for soldiers.
Taiwanese personal computer manufacturer Acer demonstrated its headset VR StarVR, developed in conjunction with the Swedish company Starbreeze, which is pumped out in theaters IMAX.
Acer CEO Jason Chen said the firm hopes to move from VR to AI in the future.

Пожожие новости
  The KAIST research team presented a hybrid interaction of robot animals called a "parasitic robotic system" that mimics
  If you live in Redwood City, California or Washington, prepare for another excitement, since your next order for food or
  Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos had to survive every 6-year-old fantasies when he gained control of a giant robotic mechanic.
  A small robotic arm can bring your digital sketches to life, by re-creating your drawings on the screen using the pen
  It seems that Samsung plans to launch its first folding smartphone at the end of the year. DigiTimes reports that

Name:   E-Mail:  

reload, if the code cannot be seen

Enter a code: