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Robots : Friends or Enemies

Robot : Ami ou Ennemi
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CRUCHET Clément

on 8 June 2015

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Transcript of Robots : Friends or Enemies

Robot : Ami ou Ennemi

Introduction

I. Le rapport homme/robots
a) Aujourd’hui indispensable (communication, soin, industrie)
b) Robotique de guerre
c) Robotique industrielle
d) Robotique d’assistance et médicale

II. La problématique de l'apprentissage
a) Intelligence artificielle
b) Le challenge de l’auto-apprentissage

III. Les limites de la robotisation
a) Limite technique
b) Limite psychologique et éthique

IV. Les impacts économiques de la robotique
a) La disparition de certains métiers et la raréfaction du travail
b) Un coût financier non négligeable

CONCLUSION


Robots : Friends or enemies
I. Link between robot and human
a) Essential today
b) War robotics
c) Industrial robotics
d) Medical assistance robotics

II. The learning process problem
a) Artificial Intelligence
b) The hard task of auto-learning process

III. Automation's limits
a) Technical limits
b) Ethical and psychological limits

IV. The automation's economics impacts
a) Disparition of professions
b) A non insignificant financial cost


I/ Humans / Robots
B/ The hard task of auto-learning process
Introduction
Robot = Robota (Czech) = forced labor
Why ?

Dangerous tasks
Painful tasks
Repetitive tasks
More precision
Conclusion
IV. The automation's economics impacts

a) Disparition of professions

b) A non insignificant financial cost
III. Automation's limits

a) Technical limits

b) Ethical and psychological limits


II. The learning process problem

a) Artificial Intelligence

b) The hard task of auto-learning process
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