When mechatronics melds with artificial intelligence
Today, robots are industry-agnostic in their application
More than three decades ago, it was quite amazing to see KITT—an advanced artificial intelligence (AI)-powered, self-aware black car—from the American TV series Knight Rider, perform some unbelievable acts. Today, we are all building KITTs—unmanned and autonomous ground and aerial vehicles that can walk, jump, float, swim, glide, fly and conquer almost all terrains with their designs that can take precise and accurate action, making them highly efficient performers. In the realm of AI, we are now transferring the knowledge to our machines to perform tasks and make them intelligent decision makers through machine learning (ML), a core area of AI.
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