Do robots have a mind of their own?
No. Well, at least no more so than your computer. A robot's "thoughts" are simply the programming given to them. Even "artificial intelligence" is the programming of responses to stimuli, but to a greater extent than in other robots.
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Answer . \nIt depends how a person is sticking their nose into another person's business. If a person is depressed, an alcoholic, on drugs, or hanging around with a bad cr…owd and we care about that person, then no, it's not abusive. If one doesn't like the way a family member or friend is doing something (there is no danger to the friend or you) and you weren't asked for your opinion then yes, in ways it's abusive and certainly annoying. What makes you or anyone else think their way is the right way all the time? It's OK to agree to disagree. We all have our own opinions and that's a good thing. We can learn from each other. \n. \nHappy New Year\nMarcy
you get mechanical parts and try to fit them together so it will me a robot and i think you need a architecet so the architect and design it and you make it.
I own a black Gibson Robot SG with an ebony fret board. They're expensive to find now and cost at minimum a $1000. Try looking at guitar stores in the clearance area. I got mi…ne for $600
If you want an NXT robot, make it with Lego pieces and don't forget to attach the NXT device on it! Then, you program it, then your done! Signed by Tannermo
I have had pretty good luck with buying small remote control cars at the dollar store and taking them apart to reconfigure them into what I want, but that ends up with wires c…onnecting the robot to the controller. Some of the people I work with have pieced together radio control cars and other parts to get radio control robots.. If you prefer robot kits, some hobby stores sell a few inexpensive ones that are sometimes configurable. Otherwise some of the less expensive construction kits like Lego or K-NEX or Construx or a few others have motors and gears in the kits. If you have a larger budget, Lego Mindstorms or Bioloid are more advanced kits that are programmable and autonomous.. Some very important terms to keep in mind are:. remote control - usually connects the robot to the controller by a wire, you can usually keep the batteries in the controller to make the robot lighter.. radio control - the controller is a transmitter, the robot has a receiver on it, both need batteries.. autonomous - you set up the robot and program it to run sets of commands, when you set it down and turn it on it runs the commands. Highest skill level, usually requires programming knowledge (like BASIC, C language, Assembly, ForTran, COBOL or some others) and electronics knowledge (like power supply vs. load, Programmable Logic Arrays, Trans/ceivers, sensors, and many other options). But of course it is the most fun.. operator controlled - the robot has motors in it, maybe some electronics, it doesn't move until you push a button or lever on the controller.. sensory feedback - the robot can have switches, sensors or detectors on it that send information back to the controller (or its processor if it is autonomous). Might require a transmitter on the robot and a receiver in the controller (with some indicators to tell you what the robot is "sensing").. There is a ton of things that can go together to make a robot, if you learn how to fix appliances and cars it definitely helps you figure out robots.
It means "Mind your own business."
Voodoo dolls only have the intent given to them by the one placing the conjure.
You really should trust what your mind tells you cause its always right.
its easy once you know how. when you start to think of something you dont want to try to think of something or sing a song so loud that you forget about the first thing.
A man named Fred Barton. Robbie wasn't in good shape when he first got him. But he fixed him up where he's up and running. There's this show called Hollywood Treasure, on the …travel channel (channel 56)and on the 1st episode, you can see Robbie the Robot and where he is.
No, you teach them what they need and don't need to do.