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SwarmMesh: A Distributed Data Structure for Cooperative Multi-Robot Applications [article]

Nathalie Majcherczyk, Carlo Pinciroli
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We present an approach to the distributed storage of data across a swarm of mobile robots that forms a shared global memory.  ...  Our approach is motivated by the insight that in many applications data is collected at the periphery of a swarm topology, but the periphery also happens to be the most dangerous location for storing data  ...  The SOUL file sharing protocol [23] builds on virtual stigmergy and unstructured overlay networks to enable sharing of larger-size data in the form of (key, blob) pairs.  ... 
arXiv:1909.04905v1 fatcat:iwhl3zv3yrgfveseh3js2zpdyq

Guest editorial: special issue on multi-robot and multi-agent systems

Nora Ayanian, Paolo Robuffo Giordano, Robert Fitch, Antonio Franchi, Lorenzo Sabattini
2020 Autonomous Robots  
Far more is on the immediate horizon: vehicular networks for transportation, security and surveillance, food supply, environmental monitoring and ecological impact assessment, services for manufacturing  ...  Topics represented include fundamental system capabilities including communication, data fusion, estimation, localisation, planning, and decision making; interactions between B Robert Fitch  ...  Vivek Shankar Varadharajan, David St-Onge, Bram Adams and Giovanni Beltrame present a method for large-scale data transfer in distributed robot systems in "SOUL: data sharing for robot swarms."  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10514-020-09908-x fatcat:ty4zagmoa5bolojtkwg3gekenm

Bringing free will down to Earth: People's psychological concept of free will and its role in moral judgment

Andrew E. Monroe, Kyle D. Dillon, Bertram F. Malle
2014 Consciousness and Cognition  
We test the predictions of these two models by creating agents that vary in their capacity for choice and the presence of a soul.  ...  In two studies, people's judgments of free will and blame for these agents show little to no basis in ascriptions of a soul but are powerfully predicted by ascriptions of choice capacity.  ...  Supplementary material Supplementary data associated with this article can be found, in the online version, at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.concog.2014.04.011.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2014.04.011 pmid:24842311 fatcat:4hugiqpvwve25h2yhbpi7kuive

A Survey on Evolutionary Computation: Methods and Their Applications in Engineering

Morteza Husainy Yar, Vahid Rahmati, Hamid Reza Dalili Oskouei
2016 Modern Applied Science  
linear programming, robotic applications, and power control in wind turbines.  ...  These methods are generally categorized as evolutionary algorithms and swarm intelligence.  ...  Bees Algorithm (BA) Similar to ACO, BA is inspired by bees searching for food and sharing secret places as sources of food with other members as long as they contain enough food.  ... 
doi:10.5539/mas.v10n11p131 fatcat:yqdccwmnxvgyvo465ck2l4rjnq

Swarm Intelligence via the Internet of Things and the Phenomenological Turn

Jordi Vallverdú, Max Talanov, Airat Khasianov
2017 Philosophies  
We show social implications, present challenges, and and open questions for the new kind of swarm intelligence-enhanced society, and provide the taxonomy of the field of study.  ...  Considering the current advancements in biometric sensors and other related technologies, as well as the use of bio-inspired models for AI improvements, we can infer that the swarm intelligence paradigm  ...  Swarm intelligence not only makes us act, think, and feel differently in our "collective soul", but also creates another sort of society-an organizational form that has never before been achievable.  ... 
doi:10.3390/philosophies2030019 fatcat:li6uo3ymincexhvyf47mqflcgq

The effect of properties of human body on statistical characteristics channel on – body communication
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Esraa H. Kadum, Haider M. AlSabbagh
2014 Transactions on Networks and Communications  
the famous robotized Future Combat Systems project, or FCS [2].  ...  The latter, designed mainly for classical battlefields, became obsolete even in its infancy after the main operations changed towards terrorism fight, for which quite different system ideology and technical  ...  The interpreter consists of a number of specialized modules working in parallel and handling & sharing specific data structures supporting both persistent virtual worlds and temporary data and hierarchical  ... 
doi:10.14738/tnc.22.83 fatcat:lyxiqt7qozgznfiq46k4gu6o3m

Anupadin1.0

Harshit Jain, Arun Kumar, Omkar Lawate, Bhavishs
2018 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Each drone initially detects the zones with high possibilities of human existence and then the drones' uses SWARMING techniques and gives the data about the possibility of human existence in and around  ...  under debris, where it is impossible for human being to conduct a wide scale search mission.  ...  The unit comes with a built-in computer which stores the data for later examination and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/449/1/012005 fatcat:ragjohjoxfftbjl3mw6gqphklu

The concept of integrating artificial intelligence into the legal system

Yulia A. Gavrilova
2021 RUDN Journal of Law  
The legal regulation of embodied (robotic) and swarm (collective) artificial intelligence should be introduced with reasonable caution and predictability with regard to technical standards and controlled  ...  The idea of "animating" things, endowing technics and technologies with "soul" and "intelligence" inherent in Eastern cultures, is placed in humanoid robots as representatives of this approach.  ...  These are, for example, data mining and processing in the process of monitoring legislation and law enforcement practices.  ... 
doi:10.22363/2313-2337-2021-25-3-673-692 fatcat:hqvbulh7jngtpf5szr4gbtoya4

Robox at Expo.02: A large-scale installation of personal robots

Roland Siegwart, Kai O. Arras, Samir Bouabdallah, Daniel Burnier, Gilles Froidevaux, Xavier Greppin, Björn Jensen, Antoine Lorotte, Laetitia Mayor, Mathieu Meisser, Roland Philippsen, Ralph Piguet (+3 others)
2003 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
In this paper we present Robox, a mobile robot designed for operation in a mass exhibition and the experience we made with its installation at the Swiss National Exhibition Expo.02.  ...  Eleven Robox ran for 12 hours daily from May 15 to October 20, 2002, traveling more than 3315 km and interacting with 686,000 visitors.  ...  BlueBotics, a spin-off of our Lab, realized the production of the 11 robots.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0921-8890(02)00376-7 fatcat:tlsk7srr2vgddb35ew3txr5w7i

Who Will Be the Members of Society 5.0? Towards an Anthropology of Technologically Posthumanized Future Societies

Gladden
2019 Social Sciences  
However, an apparent paradox lies at the heart of efforts to create a more "human-centered" society in which human beings will live alongside a proliferating array of increasingly autonomous social robots  ...  of Big Data.  ...  In light of that reality, Kitsuregawa (2018) has investigated the need (and potential) for Society 5.0 platforms to employ Big Data approaches that can successfully handle the vast quantities of data  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci8050148 fatcat:zodef2drxnglxik4si35wu42ei

Friendship Between Human Beings and AI Robots? [chapter]

Margaret S. Archer
2021 Robotics, AI, and Humanity  
Hence, Archer asks 'Can Human Beings and AI Robots be Friends?' The need to foreground social change for structure culture and agency is being stressed.  ...  With the growing capacities of AI robots the tables are turned and implicitly pose the question, 'so are they not persons too?' Robophobia dominates Robophilia, in popular imagination and academia.  ...  The US Department of Defense is explicit that such swarms 'are not pre-programmed synchronized individuals, they are a collective organism, sharing one distributed brain for decision-making and adapting  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-54173-6_15 fatcat:juxd7oybtveetnlptkldaojy6q

Towards a scientific foundation for engineering Cognitive Systems – A European research agenda, its rationale and perspectives

Hans-Georg Stork
2012 Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures  
For more than ten years, beginning in the early 2000s, the European Commission has been supporting targeted research in the fields of Cognitive Systems and Robotics.  ...  In this note we discuss the rationale of the underlying research agenda (including its relevance to the BICA challenge), structure the large set of funded projects, and outline perspectives for future  ...  Acknowledgement These notes draw on a number of workshops I had the pleasure to (co-)organise while preparing the Cognitive Systems and Robotics part of the European Commission's IST/ICT programmes, on  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bica.2012.04.002 fatcat:cfghnjvdqvfvzibzmhckkwpkxu

Artificial intelligence in healthcare

Renu Mahajan, Parneet Kaur
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
This is basically engrossing human intellect in a machine for the growth of mankind.  ...  There are even on the web, swarm shared stages for such top of the line applications as radiotherapy.  ...  and for the general public-, and "clinical robots" presently incorporate "social sidekicks" for hospitalized individual, especially children and the elderly § .  ... 
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns2.5987 fatcat:rqb2aw2nhrgpvpre4a3b4doydm

WebAL Comes of Age: A Review of the First 21 Years of Artificial Life on the Web

Tim Taylor, Joshua E. Auerbach, Josh Bongard, Jeff Clune, Simon Hickinbotham, Charles Ofria, Mizuki Oka, Sebastian Risi, Kenneth O. Stanley, Jason Yosinski
2016 Artificial Life  
We follow the survey with a discussion of common themes and methodologies that can be observed in recent work and identify a number of likely directions for future work in this exciting area.  ...  Thanks also to Bruce Damer, Steve Grand, Tim Hutton, Jane Prophet, Craig Reynolds, Hiroki Sayama, Terence Soule, and Sebastian von Mammen for verifying details relating to their work.  ...  Thanks to Alan Dorin for providing references to relevant early work on ALife art.  ... 
doi:10.1162/artl_a_00211 pmid:27472416 fatcat:w7xtcbnvargh3pfrqin6pdj5xy

Architectural Aspects of Self-Aware and Self-Expressive Computing Systems: From Psychology to Engineering

Peter R. Lewis, Arjun Chandra, Funmilade Faniyi, Kyrre Glette, Tao Chen, Rami Bahsoon, Jim Torresen, Xin Yao
2015 Computer  
Work on human self-awareness is the basis for a framework to develop computational systems that can adaptively manage complex dynamic tradeoffs at runtime.  ...  To meet these stringent requirements, computational systemsranging from robot swarms and personal music devices to Web services and sensor networks-must achieve sophisticated autonomous behavior by adapting  ...  An additional physical connector (red arrows in Figures 3 and 4) Self-awareness capability Physical connector (data) Physical connector (control) Physical connector (control or data for different  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2015.235 fatcat:tgeod7v3zvgyrl4dgbbhttcudm
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