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Robot Sapiens

Series : Image and science : doubts about knowledge

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  00:26:00  2001  Sound

Gérard Klein, a science-fiction writer, describes the different approaches to research on artificial intelligence, and researchers from various laboratories describe the current state of robotics applications.At LAAS (Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes) in Toulouse, one of the goals is to teach a robot to change autonomously in an environment that is either structured or completely unknown. Collaborative relationships are formed with neurophysiology laboratories. Biologist Alain Berthoz, a professor at the Collège de France, identifies ways to get beyond traditional computing algorithms.At the Laboratoire d'informatique de Paris VI (LIP6), Agnès Guillot investigates the possibilities of teaching a robot's nervous system to develop, in a simulation of the biological process of adaptation.

Associate producer : Gédéon Programmes
Participation : CNC
 
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Audiovisual processPrises de vues réelles. Utilisation d'extraits de films, de photographies et d'images de synthèse.
Commentaire voix off et interventions en son direct. Musique.
PersonnalitiesCHATILA Raja(LAAS, Toulouse); GHALLAB Malik(LAAS, Toulouse); LAUMOND Jean-Paul(LAAS, Toulouse); BERTHOZ Alain(Lab. physiologie de perception de l'action, Collège de France); DROULEZ Jacques(Lab. physiologie de perception de l'action, CNRS); GUILLOT Agnès(AnimatLab, LIP6)
Date of broadcasting10/2001 (La Cinquième)
NotesLAAS : Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes.
LIP6 : Laboratoire d'informatique de Paris VI.
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Number965
PublicTeaching ; Large audience
Original SupportVideo DV Cam
VersionFrench
Delivery supportBeta SP
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