World-Wide-Web robot is learning as it goes

May 1996
Electronic Design;5/13/96, Vol. 44 Issue 10, p25
Trade Publication
Focuses on the abilities of the talking robot Xavier, of the Carnegie-Mellon University campus, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Comments from research computer scientist Reid Simmons; Information on Xavier's Unilever Research Laboratory (URL) on the World Wide Web.


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