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Intelligent, preprogrammed robot and unintelligent robot.

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An intelligent robot can process and improve information. There are two different types of robots in this context. We define intelligent, pre-programmed, and non-intelligent robots, as well as the contrasts between them.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science devoted to the creation of software that learns on its own, much like a human might. Simply said, these technologies are prepared to analyse data, extract knowledge from it, and self-perfect from that knowledge after being provided with beginning knowledge.

Process and enhance is what an intelligent robot does. There are two different types of robots in this context. We discuss the differences between intelligent, preprogrammed, and dumb robots.

Artificial Intelligence and Robots

Robotics is a discipline of computer science dedicated to the creation of robots, devices that autonomously perform tasks similar to those performed by humans. For instance, there are robots created exclusively for the industrial field: in a factory, a robot substitutes workers, speeds up and automates certain processes, and/or minimizes occupational dangers.

Computer Science feeds off of each other in a way that promotes and accelerates technological progress. Intelligent robots emerge from the intersection of robotics and artificial intelligence, however this does not imply that all robots are intelligent.

A robot's ability to accomplish a sequence of tasks in an automatic manner does not imply that it is intelligent. Only when Artificial Intelligence has been integrated into the machine's software, that is, when the brain that runs the machine is intelligent and has the ability to learn and improve itself, do we speak about intelligent robots.

Robot with no intelligence


As simple as that, a non-intelligent robot executes the actions for which it was designed. A non-intelligent robot would be an industrial robot integrated into a factory's production line and capable of manipulating elements automatically.

In this situation, the robot is designed to execute specified jobs and can even be partially reprogrammed, with specific paths and functions changingable. It may also have the ability to recognize or avoid things in its environment, as well as retain some data.

It does not, however, go beyond that: it is an executor; it does not learn from the actions it conducts; instead, it merely executes the orders provided to it. Let's pretend the names are Sota, Caballo, and Rey. You tell the robot to perform X activity, and it follows through. That is all there is to it.

Robot that has been preprogrammed

Although the pre-programmed robot is more advanced than the non-intelligent one, it is still not intelligent for the same reason: it was not designed to self-improve. This is exemplified by an IVR (Interactive Voice Response) system.

We're talking about the answering machine that appears when you phone a company and invites you to fill out a questionnaire so that you can be directed to the person or department that best meets your needs. The IVR is a voice-activated system that asks you spoken questions and provides you with a series of coded options (the standard "speak or press 1") until you are guided to the correct option.

It is not, however, prepared to interact with you beyond that, nor to process the information and apply what it has learned to improve its service on subsequent calls, for example. Programming is possible using basic techniques, but Artificial Intelligence is not.

Robot with intelligence

The intelligent robot is the product of the before mentioned convergence of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. In a nutshell, it's a robot that thinks, one that not only executes commands but also processes and learns from data. The intelligent robot is programmed to execute specific tasks and improve them over time. An intelligent robot, such as a chatbot, is an example.

Don't even consider an ITR (Interactive Text Response). This system would be a text version of the IVR, a chat preprogrammed to answer specific inquiries, provide basic information, or send you to the appropriate contact. Consider Replika, a chatbot that is willing to learn from the data you provide in your interactions until it becomes your buddy.

We've already informed you about this robot who poses as a robot who becomes your friend. Replika collects data about you and modulates to it by chatting to you, whether through text or speech. It picks up on what you say and how you say it until it's no longer just a virtual companion, but a reflection of yourself. That would be a robot with intelligence.

A vacuum cleaner that hits the same wall 30 times or gets trapped under the same chair in the living room is dumb. An intelligent vacuum cleaner is one that hits the wall a few times until it is located on its virtual map, one that learns that the wall is there and does not hit it again, or one that predicts the shape of the chair it got stuck on the first time and changes its trajectory slightly the second time to pass smoothly underneath it.

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