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The Heart and the Chip

Our Bright Future with Robots

بقلم : Daniela Rus 2024-06-12

Robots are tools. They aren’t inherently good or bad. Neither is a hammer. Think of this new generation of extraordinary machines as very advanced hammers; it is what we choose to do with these tools that defines their impact and value. 
Too often we manufacture tension between people and robots, or the heart and the chip, when we should be thinking more about how to get them to work together to optimize the strength of each. What happens with robots and AI is up to us. And when we focus on combining the strengths of robots with those of humans, or pairing the heart and the chip, the results can be astounding.
The technologies I’ll focus on draw from three interconnected fields. The first, robotics, puts computation in motion by giving a computing system a physical, mobile body. Imagine your smartphone with wheels, wings, or even a hand.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, empowers machines with the ability to reason and make decisions in very specific, focused areas. Competing at chess, for example, is an example of what we call narrow AI, which is the dominant form in the world. General AI, the kind that guides all-powerful movie robots? That remains a distant possibility. 
The third field, machine learning, cuts across robotics and AI to look at large stores of data, find patterns, and make predictions or formulate conclusions with some degree of confidence. 
The Heart and the Chip will equip you with a basic understanding of these interconnected fields and outline what robots can do and what they cannot do, what we should and should not do with them, and what we must do as a society that is becoming more entwined with our intelligent mechanical creations every day to ensure that these systems have a positive impact on humanity.
In The Heart and the Chip, Daniela Rus and Gregory Mone talk about Dreams: Strength, Reach, Time, Lift, Magic, Vision, Precision. Reality: How to Build a Robot, The Brain in Motion, The Brain in Touch, How Robots Learn, The Technologist’s To-Do List. Responsibility: Possible Futures, What Could Go Wrong?, The Work of the Future, Computational Education, Grand Challenges, A Dream of Robots Acknowledgments
As the authors Rus and Mone outline the transformative potential of robotics and AI, intriguing possibilities emerge for how these technologies could empower and elevate the rich linguistic and cultural heritage of the Arab world. 
Imagine AI-powered translation bots fluent in nuanced Arabic dialects, seamlessly bridging communication gaps and unlocking new avenues for the global exchange of Arabic content. Machine learning models trained on vast troves of classical Arabic literature, texts, and contemporary media could generate high-quality, contextual translations, opening up classic works and modern narratives to wider international audiences. 
Furthermore, robotic automation and computer vision could revolutionize the production and distribution of premium Arabic-language educational materials, e-books, and multimedia - all while maintaining fidelity to cultural authenticity. By thoughtfully integrating the heart and the chip, the human and the machine, the gifts of Arab civilization may find novel expression through technology-enabled preservation and dissemination. 
Readers interested in exploring these frontiers are encouraged to stay abreast of the latest advancements in Arabic-focused translation, content generation, and cultural AI applications by visiting: https://edara.com/home/ai
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About the Authors:
1. Daniela L. Rus is a roboticist and computer scientist.
2. Gregory Mone is a former editor at Popular Science.

Book Info:
Title: The Heart and the Chip: Our Bright Future with Robots
Authors: Daniela Rus and Gregory Mone
Pages: 272
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 978-1324050230