According to a new press release, “Gopher Protocol Inc., a company specializing in the development of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technologies, including a global mesh network technology platform for both mobile and fixed solutions, announced today it has started research to adapt its Gopher Avant! AI in the robotics field, using a programmable robot platform. The robotics program research will continue through 2019. Gopher plans to integrate its Gopher Avant! AI engine into robot platforms; the program’s goal is to create autonomous machines that will be capable of performing tasks under Avant! AI control, as well as becoming an information resource platform.”
The release continues, “The goal of Gopher’s Avant! AI machine is to enable efficient robotics application development including functionality for vision (objects/face recognition), grasping (grasping objects, physical orientation), motion control (obstacle avoidance, dynamic interaction) and data aggregation to expand its own knowledge-base (informational resource, understanding physical and logical data patterns to act accordingly). In addition, Gopher’s Avant! AI incorporates machine learning-based, self-learning capabilities. The goal of this research is to to create a system that ‘thinks’ and makes decisions.”
Read more at Globe Newswire.
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