Robots might benefit from dreams in their down time


In a recent paper by Dr. Christoph Adami entitled What Do Robots Dream Of, Adami claims that robots could benefit from dreaming in their down times just like humans do. Since modern research has determined that dreams are more than just sleep entertainment, but an aid to live out daily events and improve on obstacles, researchers are starting to think the same could be said about computer programmed beings as well.

Dr. Adami believes that if robots were programmed to have an alter state, like dreaming for people, that they could focus on one obstacle they had throughout the day, perhaps correcting themselves. These dreamlike situations would place the robot in a slightly distorted situation that would allow the robot to form a solution to the obstacle. — Andrew Dobrow


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