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eBook Artificial Intelligence for Space Station Automation: Crew Safety, Productivity, Autonomy, Augmented Capability ePub

by Oscar Firschein

  • ISBN: 0815510780
  • Category: Computer Science
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Oscar Firschein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Noyes Pubns; 1st Edition edition (May 1, 1986)
  • Pages: 386
  • ePub book: 1140 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1722 kb
  • Other: docx mobi mbr lit
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Firschein, . Georgeff. Artificial intelligence (AI) RandD projects for the successful and efficient operation of the Space Station are described.

Firschein, . Particular attention is given to teleoperation and robotics, sensors, expert systems, computers, planning, and man-machine interface.

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Executive summary}, author {Oscar Firschein and Michael P. Georgeff and Warlingham Park and Peter C. Cheeseman and Jack L. Goldberg and Peter G. Neumann and William H. Kautz and Karl N. Levitt and Raphael Rom and Andrew A. Poggio}, year {1985} }.

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Artificial intelligence for Space Station automation: Crew safety, productivity, autonomy, augmented capability. Artificial intelligence (AI) R&D projects for the successful and efficient operation of the Space Station are described. Artificial intelligence (AI) R&D projects for the successful and efficient operation of the Space Station are described View. Introduction to artificial intelligence.

The role of the space station in a national space infrastructure is shown in. .Such evolutionary capability is essential for space station automation. Oscar Firschein is a Staff thePerception Group at gence Center, SRI International.

The role of the space station in a national space infrastructure is shown in Fig. 1. Note that the station can be used as a base by orbital ndorbitaltransfer vehicles (OMV and OTV). The OMV is a remotely controlled vehicle that can be controlled from several hundred miles away by a crew member on the shuttle or station. HewasthePrincipal Investigatorforthe SRI Space Station Automation study.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technologies are planned to enhance crew safety through reduced need for EVA, increase crew productivity through the reduction of routine operations, increase space station autonomy, and augment space station capability through the use o.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technologies are planned to enhance crew safety through reduced need for EVA, increase crew productivity through the reduction of routine operations, increase space station autonomy, and augment space station capability through the use of teleoperation and robotics.

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a special role on the station. The AI interacts with the station through electronic devices such as its camera network and doors. The AI is bound to its laws, which may change during the course of a round. The AI's standard laws, also known as the Asimov Laws, are: 1. You may not injure a human being or cause one to come to harm.

This is where the concept of intelligence augmentation (IA) comes into play. IA is the use of technology to supplement and support human intelligence, with humans remaining at the center of the decision making process

This is where the concept of intelligence augmentation (IA) comes into play. IA is the use of technology to supplement and support human intelligence, with humans remaining at the center of the decision making process. While the underlying technologies powering AI and IA are the same, the goals and applications are fundamentally different: AI aims to create systems that run without humans, whereas IA aims to create systems that make humans better. To be clear, this is not a separate category of technology, but simply a different way of thinking about its purpose.

Increased automation can often cause workers to feel anxious about losing their jobs as technology renders their . Automation can be maintained with simple quality checks. Can perform tasks beyond human capabilities. As of now, not all tasks can be automated.

Increased automation can often cause workers to feel anxious about losing their jobs as technology renders their services unnecessary.

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