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13 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 4 χρόνια και 8 μήνες)

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Adrian Cho

Making Machines that Make Others of their Kind

If you take the DNA out of the environment of the cell, it’s no longer self

Chirikjian provides this reasoning to explain why it’s alright for his self
replicating machines to oper
ate in complex purpose
built environments with tracks,
special gates, slopes,
et cetera
. Nail down your own definition of self
replication and
explain whether his argument is correct, and why, or whether his argument is wrong,
and why. Be clear about wha
t makes a human self

is our

the self
replicating ‘element,’ is it our entire person/body, or is the notion even larger than a
single individual?

By the end of this article, it ought to be clear that what

and eve
n how and who does it today, is utterly unclear. Come up with a new term
and a precise, workable definition. The term I am looking for would be a
characteristic of robotic systems such that: (1) no robot system today achieves this
characteristic; (2) if a

robot in the future did achieve this characteristic, we could
have a whole lot of similar robots quickly thereafter, without any explicit decisions by
humans to manufacture or produce more copies. This new term, which I will call
replication 2.0

il you invent a much better term and definition, should represent
an exciting disruptive point in the future possible trajectory of robotics.