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Artificial Intelligence and Robotics has taken over the tech show at Taiwan

siliconreview Artificial Intelligence and Robotics has taken over the tech show at Taiwan

After a hyped year over virtual reality in 2016, it was still pervasive with companies developing new ways to use the technology aside from entertainment and gaming. The tech show at Taiwan portrayed a chess-playing robot, who stole the show with advanced technologies of artificial intelligence.

'It can recognize the shape of a small chess pawn, notify its brain, execute AI movements and interact with its opponent,' said division director Lewis Liu of the Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan, which built the robot. The system makes use of the intelligent robot, the machineries associated with it to interpret the visual world, act on visual information and learn from experience.

The artificial intelligence technology depicts another feature ‘intelligent vision’ to detect how much is left in your coffee cup to determine if it needs to be refilled. New robot can play chess and interpret visual information, in a quite easy manner. The technology is based on the ITRI's intelligent vision system and how the robot could grip and move an item to another location based on the robot's perception of its attributes such as size, color, shape, and location.

The artificial technology enables the robot to interpret the visual world, act on visual information, change their behavior and perform tasks based on random events and requirements.  It can recognize the shape of a small chess pawn, notify its brain, execute AI movements and interact with its opponent,' said division director Lewis Liu of the Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan, which built the robot.

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