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Robotics by multimodal self-organizing ensembles of software and hardware agents with artificial intelligence

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Evgeniy Bryndin corresponding author


Self-organizing ensembles of software and hardware agents with artificial intelligence model the intellectual abilities of a person's natural intelligence. The Creator endowed man with various types of intellectual abilities: generation of meanings, perception of meanings, meaningful actions and behavior, sensory reaction to meanings, emotional reaction to meanings. Based on the synergy of various intellectual abilities, a person carries out life activities. For example, Dialogue is conducted on the basis of two intellectual abilities: the generation and perception of meanings. A multimodal self-organizing ensemble of intelligent software and hardware agents with artificial intelligence, based on existing knowledge and skills, is able to write poetry, draw pictures, give recommendations and solutions to specialists, manage production and systems in various sectors of the economy, and take part in scientific research. Multimodal ensembles of intelligent agents, modeling the functions of natural intelligence, contain a functional control structure. To ensure the safe and reliable use of multimodal ensembles of intelligent agents, they are being standardized internationally under the guidance of ISO. International standardization of multimodal ensembles of intelligent agents expands the market and reduces the risks of their use.

multimodal self-organizing ensembles, software and hardware agents, artificial intelligence

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Bryndin, E. (2024). Robotics by multimodal self-organizing ensembles of software and hardware agents with artificial intelligence. Research on Intelligent Manufacturing and Assembly, 2(1), 60-69.


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