Intelligent robots will liberate human brains

Shenzhen Special Economic Zone News (Reporter Han Wenjia) Yesterday, Academician Xu Yangsheng, President of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), was invited by Wang Jingsheng, Counselor of the State Council, to give a speech at the Civic Culture Lecture Hall.His “IntelligenceRobotThe title of “Dream and Reality”, introduces the cutting-edge technology and practice of the development of intelligent robots, and shares his views on the development prospects of intelligent robots. Wang Jingsheng attended the event.

Xu Yangsheng shared his experience in researching robots. During his more than 30 years of research, Robot technology has undergone tremendous changes and has profoundly affected the world. “What is a Robot? A robot is made up of three parts: perception, motion and cognition.” At present, robots have formed a large demand in manufacturing and other aspects. In his speech, Xu Yangsheng also introduced the functions and characteristics of intelligent robots such as tree-climbing robots, home service robots, monitoring robots, and walking robots. He also believes that the emergence of the network provides important support for the development of intelligent robots.

Xu Yangsheng said that from the generation of electricity in the 18th century to the present, the rapid development of science and technology has mainly liberated the human body, allowing many heavy manual labor to be easily solved. But the intelligent revolution brought about by intelligent robots will liberate the human brain. This will bring even greater changes to humanity.

Regarding the game of “Alpha Go” robots and humans that many people are concerned about, he believes that robots are smarter than humans in some parts, but obviously they cannot replace humans. “The strengths of robots are that they are both precise and fast. It’s in his intuition, his emotions, his creativity, parts of which are impossible with recent robots.”

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Published on 09/27/2022