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Analysis and Modelling of Strong-AI to Engineer BIONIC Brain for Humanoid Robotics Application
American Journal of Embedded Systems and Applications
Volume 1, Issue 2, November 2013, Pages: 27-36
Received: Aug. 26, 2013; Published: Sep. 30, 2013
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Md. Sadique Shaikh, Department of Computer, Arts & Science College, Bhalod, M.S, India
Vasundhara Fegade, Dept. of Computer, D.N. College, Faizpur, M.S, India
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In my research very first I was gone through the literature surveys, history of AI and Robotics from various secondary data and information sources like white papers, short essays, research papers, research review papers, newspapers, monographs and standard reference books in the field of AI, robotics and humanoid robotics. I was collected and refine data and re-refine until data changed to information, where I was further filtered information to convert in intelligence to develop most sophisticated Humanoid Robotics engineering models as my contribution to this field with the help of my carried out research work in this paper.
Keywords
Artificial Intelligence, Thinking Machine, Strong-A.I, Robotics Engineering, Humanoid Robotics, Neurosciences, Neural Network, Artificial Neural Network (ANN)
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Md. Sadique Shaikh, Vasundhara Fegade, Analysis and Modelling of Strong-AI to Engineer BIONIC Brain for Humanoid Robotics Application, American Journal of Embedded Systems and Applications. Vol. 1, No. 2, 2013, pp. 27-36. doi: 10.11648/j.ajesa.20130102.11
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