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Why can't your computer get frustrated, too?

Brookfield, Wis. -- Anyone working with a computer has those moments when things go wrong and then just go wrong again. It could be an everyday operating system feature, a difficult level in a video game or a diagnostic tool in an industrial setting. The user gets annoyed, angry and frustrated and then realizes how to do things differently and make the machine work.

Should the com......

Full article >>> n the cutting-edge of computing technology, still set up formulas for game flow and for characters to behave in certain ways in reaction to the player's decisions.

"One of the core things about creating a simulation or a model is that you need to know for what purpose you're creating your simulation or your model," said Doug Whatley, CEO of Breakaway Games, a developer of both commercial ......

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Tom sees various uses for the technology in automation. A car could keep track of its own internal setup and recommend repairs; an unmanned car in a dangerous territory could navigate a road and negotiate its way around boundaries; biosensors in a patient could automatically recommend changes to drug dosages and other aspects of healthcare.

The goal is to create artificial ......

Full article >>> rrent efforts in improving AI technology do pan out, Gee says, the potential for fully functional simulations in learning would be enormous, spanning everything from medicine to politics to everyday interaction.

"Simulations that were able to do this could transform a lot of our lives because people could, in a very complex world, try stuff out before they ruin the world we're in."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 08/31/05


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