India developing robotic soldiers to replace humans in warfare

India developing robotic soldiers to replace humans in warfare
"Today, you have neural networks, whenever the soldier tells him (robotic soldier) that this is a human solider, he will derive his own logic as to what is the difference between him and others (civilians). That learning process will keep building up …
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This robot can learn to tread off beaten track
In what is hailed as the country's first, Abhishek Roy, a final year electronics and instrumentation engineering student of Vellore Institute of Technology designed and developed a line-following robot based on artificial neural networks. Such robots …
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Traumatic Brain Injury Patients Treated With Anti-Spasm Agent Partially
… functional and neural pathway imaging (fMRI and DTI MRI respectively); analysis of changes in neurotransmitters in the cerebrospinal fluid; and tracking electrical activity in neural networks or response to a stimulus (EEG and evoked potential …
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