Robotyka: techniki, funkcje, rola społeczna Cz. 1. Techniczne podstawy inteligencji i bezpieczeństwa robotów

pol Artykuł w języku polskim DOI: 10.14313/PAR_246/5

wyślij Cezary Zieliński Politechnika Warszawska, Wydział Elektroniki i Technik Informacyjnych, Instytut Automatyki i Informatyki Stosowanej, Nowowiejska 15/19, 00-665 Warszawa

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Aby ocenić, jaki wpływ będą miały roboty na społeczeństwo, należy skrupulatnie przeanalizować obecny stan wiedzy, a w szczególności wskazać fundamentalne problemy, które jeszcze nie zostały rozwiązane, mające istotne znaczenie dla potencjalnych zmian społecznych powodowanych rozwojem robotyki. Wspomniany wpływ zależy od inteligencji robotów, więc ten aspekt dominuje w przedstawionej tu analizie. Rozważania zostały podzielone na trzy części: 1) analizę czynników technicznych wpływających na inteligencję i bezpieczeństwo robotów, 2) analizę obecnych możliwości robotów, 3) analizę przewidywań dotyczących rozwoju robotyki, a w konsekwencji poglądów na skutki tego rozwoju dla społeczeństwa. Niniejszy artykuł poświęcony jest pierwszemu z wymienionych tu trzech zagadnień.

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cyberbezpieczństwo robotów, robot, system robotyczny, sztuczna inteligencja

Robotics: Techniques, Functions, Social Role Part 1. Technical Foundations of Intelligence and Security of Robots

Abstract

In order to assess the impact of robots on society, it is necessary to carefully analyze the state-of-the-art, and in particular the fundamental issues that have yet to be resolved,  however having significant impact on the potential societal changes resulting from the development of robotics. The aforementioned impact depends on the level of intelligence of robots, so this aspect dominates in the presented analysis. The presentation has been divided into three parts: 1) analysis of technical factors affecting the intelligence and security of robots, 2) analysis of current capabilities of robots, 3) analysis of diverse predictions of how robotics will evolve, and thus the attitudes towards the influence of the result of this development on society. This part of the paper is devoted to the first of the above mentioned three issues.

Keywords

artificial intelligence, robot, robot cybersecurity, robotic systems

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