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Transcript of DARPA LS3
Disadvantages:Does not work well with
small spaces. How is the robot taught to preform its task, and what about its sensors? Where is it used and what is its work envelope? What was its impact on its audience? What is it? Many of our brave troops have so much on their minds, including their heavy luggage which weighs 100 pounds or more! but with DARPA LS3, all that will change. also known as AlphaDog, this robot carries up to 400 pounds of weight, while following these troops through rugged terrain and can interact through voice command. It also charges radios and ipods, so its pretty cool. DARPA LS3s impact on its intended audience has demonstrated that a highly mobile, semi-autonomous legged robot can carry 400 lbs of a squad’s load, follow squad members through rugged terrain and interact with troops in a natural way DARPA LS3 is used in any location where ground troops are required, from rugged battle fields to your modern day neighborhood. It also has a total of eight flexible joints. DARPA LS3 by: Yusef Baryoun DARPA LS3 is taught to preform its task through program to understand and obey voice command. It has on board sensors that perceive obstacles in its environment and path-planning capabilities to avoid them. You diggin my shades? DARPA LS3 doesn't have an end effector that is multiple functional, as shown in this picture. Talk about getting winded! What type of jobs/careers can this robot create to provide employment for
people? The manufacturing and shipping of the robot. After all, who wouldn't want to make DARPA LS3? How can this robot be altered to perform more or different tasks in the future? This robot may be altered to perform more or different tasks in the future by adding some sort of infrared camera, to help DARPA LS3 detect any enemy threats before they reach the troops. Based upon the information shared in the presentations, which robot do you think will have the most significant impact on humans and why? I think that the patrol bot will have the most significant effect on humans since it is used to secure and guard different areas, witch help prevent crimes or break-ins all over the world. I could do better! What concerns do you have about the future use of robots in our society?
My concerns is that the future use of robots in
our society could take its toll on human labor
meaning it could cause lots of people to end up without a job. What do you think about “giving up” control to a machine? I think that when you give up control to a machine, It would allow humans to take a load off, since the machine would operate on its own without you having to constantly give the machine commands. The End