Teresa Escrig

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The Future of Robotics: personal point of view


The future of robotics is advancing towards the incorporation of increasing intelligence.

Intelligence includes, among other things, perception (interpreting the environment and extracting the most relevant information from it), reasoning (inferring new knowledge from the one we perceive, i.e. if we know that A implies B, and B implies C, then we can infer that A implies C), learning (as many people have pointed out in this thread already) and decision making to implement solutions to particular applications (such as security, companion, tele-presence robots, autonomous scrubber machines, vacuum cleaners, etc).

At Cognitive Robots, we have developed the first embryonic brain called “Cognitive Brain for Service Robotics” -CR-B100-, which integrates all these four aspects, in a patent pending software.

We have tested the “brain” in several “bodies” with excellent results.

Please, check this post for more information.

We are actively looking for partnerships and investment capital to bring our company Cognitive Robots to the next level.

If you know of a visionary mind with capital to invest, please, pass that person my email: mtescrig@c-robots.com

We are planning on going to crowdfunding resources like KickStarter and offering our own robotic platform (brain and body) for research and a smaller version for education. What are your thoughts on that?

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  1. To me, the turning point in robotics will be the moment when robots can “share” knowledge as it happened to computers when got connected to the Internet.


    19 Jun 12 at 12:54 pm

  2. In a recent story on The Robot Report, I talked about the new venture fund Grishin Robotics. On their website is a place for companies such as yours to apply for funding. Good luck.

    New Venture Fund Specifically for Service Robotic Startups

    … “We are at the start of a transformative period for robotics that requires a new breed of risk-taker to drive mass-market adoption,” says Dmitry Grishin, founder of Grishin Robotics.

    … With a particular focus on already-working products with mass-market appeal, Grishin aims to facilitate the development of the robotics industry by injecting much-needed capital and providing business counsel for up-and-coming startups. He has seeded the fund with $25 million of his own money.

    … Grishin is co-founder and CEO of Mail.Ru Group (61HE on the London stock exchange), the largest Internet and social networking company in the Russian-speaking world.

    Frank Tobe

    19 Jun 12 at 9:44 pm

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