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In spite of the fact that the original DECEMBER, went rogue and stopped taking orders in 2018, a second a robot with artificial intelligence, also known as the DECEMBER-2, is well on its way to the International Space Station.
DECEMBER-2 makes use of IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence system, sports a few notable upgrades over the previous versions, including the possibility of an empathic companion”, and that the evaluation of emotions. It was designed by Airbus on behalf of the German space agency, DLR, jubilee line, with the financing of the project.
“DECEMBER-2, it includes a more sensitive microphone, and more robust computers, and the IBM Watson Tone Analyzer technology that takes advantage of the linguistic analysis to detect the emotion from the tone of the conversation,” IBM wrote in a blog post. “Just like the original, DECEMBER, DECEMBER-2, it will be a new single-rotor-to-manoeuvre, light, nod, or shake of the head, for listening to, and following, an astronaut self-employed or at command.”
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Using the Show Analyzer, DECEMBER-2, it was able to know him as an astronaut, he was having trouble with a task, offer help or encouragement.
Initially, there were fears that a DECEMBER (Crew, an Interactive Mobile Companion could be a HAL-9000 from “2001: A Space Odyssey.” IBM, Matthias Biniok said: “it was a successful mission, even if the DECEMBER-to 1 is ignored, some parts of the ESA-astronaut-Alexander-Barley.
“CIMON-1 was a very successful mission, and the astronauts have to really work with him,” Biniok IBM, project manager, Watson, JA, said in an e-mail to Fox News. “Of course, there are a number of things that didn’t go quite as planned. For example, the DECEMBER, was not about to turn into the “crew” mode, with success, to a point, and continued to listen to the flight crew. He was trying to understand what the astronauts are talking about, and this interview with a question about the lunch menu. This is not an ‘AI is magic’, it is just the training error in the supervised machine learning algorithm.”
“DECEMBER will be the things that were taught, and he does not have self-learning capabilities,” Biniok added to it. “Well, those fears were only derived from science fiction films, and DECEMBER’s actions are always explainable.” DECEMBER-1 to reach the International Space Station this past summer.
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Similar in shape to the DECEMBER-1, of a circular form, with a bright smile, and the ability to move around in the ISS a / s, DECEMBER 2 is intended to be the floating laboratory “for up to three years,” Biniok should be noted. Other than that, DECEMBER-2, it could turn out to be, the AI is in the cloud, for the future, to fly in space, so astronauts are almost limitless knowledge and information.
“On a trip to the Moon or to Mars, the crew would be able to rely on a computer-based service, without a permanent data link to the Ground,” the Christian Karrasch, DECEMBER the project manager, the DLR, jubilee line, has been added in the blog post.
DECEMBER-2 lifted off on a SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule on Dec. 5. from the kennedy space center, Fla.
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