Drawing dogs in stages for children of the senior group

Robots are like dogs because, according to some experts, a badly-trained robot drawing dogs in stages for children of the senior group end up misbehaving just like a badly-trained dog. This warning came at a meeting discussing the future of robot and human interactions, held in London this week.

But the panel, who emphasised the importance of regulations controlling AI, agreed a doomsday situation in which robots take over is unlikely to happen soon. Robots are like dogs because, according to some experts, a badly-trained robot could end up misbehaving just like a badly-trained dog. UK Robotics Week included a series of events across the country, aiming to get the public engaged with the developments and debate in and around robotics. Part of this was a panel discussion, including experts like Professor Tony Gillespie, visiting prof at UCL and Professor Darwin Caldwell, director of the Department of Advanced Robotics, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia in Italy. Professor Caldwell said people could make mistakes with robots by treating them as toys, The Mirror reported.