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Adaptive Neurology And Better Design Semantics For Assisted Mobility Robots Like Honda's Asimo

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Posted 18 May 2019 - 09:14 AM

Adaptive neurology and better design semantics for assisted mobility robots like Honda's ASIMO

Better design semantics in the design phase can make for better negative test cases in the design phase of assisted mobility robots to produce robots that are either -.

More Standardized
More Fuzzy 😍.

Basis -
Brain Image map to analyze foot fetishism
has revealed that this is caused by the crossover of ganglia from adjacent regions of the brain that relate to the genetalia and the feet.

Using this as a negative test case we can increase design stability for robots that are intended to be pure automatons, by analyzing waveforms on an oscilloscope and seeing if the patterns match the SD of known. "errant" waveforms. This is currently part of the machine learning algorithms in the post-design phase.

Alternatively they can be used to produce robots with feet fetishes 🤗

Move over Shiatsu massagers 😉 .....

Would Isaac Asimov be perturbed ?

I wonder.....

Agree or disagree ?