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is there a such thing as a programing envirment that is suited just for modeling the physical enviorment?
shouldent this be how an AI should be brought up?
Any ideas to start off with the artificial neuron as an object but using C would be helpful, otherwise i could see if there is a java to C cross compiler?
This does help certainly, however my main goal would be to produce a system where the robot can decide if something should be feared or not itself etc...
Posted by: Sergius and yes. emotions and needs must be hardcoded thats the hard part.but i believe this my system
but if its hit again then we are going to increase the "threat" of the occurance and have more relevant data describeing the threat as now we have more connected nerons and a better idea of what is harming us. again harm is going to have to be a creative preset.
but what would a robot need in terms of emotions?
Hunger- anyhting provideing energy is a posotive.
I'm thinking of using a simple system for initial reward / punishment. Basically just using 2 pushbuttons - 1 for reward i.e. pat on the back, and 1 for punishment i.e. smack on the hand. Bumper switches can also be used for bad stimulus, and also a device to monitor actuators to determine when they are close to a stall level, or when the actuators are being overpowered, this could act similar to a pain mechanism