小橋 昭彦 2007年12月21日

Humanoid robot finds learning child’s play – tech – 20 December 2007 – New Scientist Tech
Sylvain Calinon and his colleagues at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne think so. They have created software that allows them to teach a humanoid robot new tasks – such as how to move chess pieces – simply by guiding its limbs through the necessary motions. The 60-centimetre-tall robot, called HOAP-3, is made by Fujitsu.
プログラムじゃなく、まずは真似させ、違ったところを手を添えて教えてあげる。こういう動画を見ていると、人間の意識もけっきょくは外界とのやりとりから生まれるんだなあ、と考えるよね。
ぼくたちはもっと身体性をたいせつにしないとなあ……。

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