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DateDate: 14-11-2019, 06:45

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 The idea is in principle in the information provided author's ideas are smart pillow "Innovator".
 The meaning is that in smart-bedding"Innovator" sewn special sensors that monitor the condition of the body resting within their capabilities. Linen evaluates the pressure of the body, heart rate, heart palpitations, and more. It all depends on the tasks and goals that needs to be removed from these products. Of course, this linen is associated with a special mobile application with the gadget. The results are displayed on the gadget, which can be monitored and evaluated as to the user, and in medical and prophylactic purposes to the appropriate Department. Also, in the options of this product, there is a audible alarm when a hazardous situation. It is very convenient now to be aware of their health and the health of their loved ones.
 Especially practical to use this technology in baby smart-bedding. When the parents of the child, especially at night, can completely control the body temperature, which can rise fast enough. 
 The idea is open for investment and complete its foreclosure.
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DateDate: 14-11-2019, 06:40

Scientists Kinson Man and Antonio Damasio described an approach that will help create robots with an "artificial equivalent of feelings."
They spoke about this in an article published in Nature Machine Intelligence.
Researchers reported that the key to the emergence of emotions and feelings is homeostasis - the desire of the system to overcome environmental conditions, restore internal balance and self-reproduction. This desire is the basis of the instinct of self-preservation.
According to Man and Damasio, the most promising way to create thinking and feeling robots is a combination of deep learning techniques and the so-called soft robotics (designing robots from materials that are most similar to biological tissues). Such a combination will allow the robots to develop a certain sense of their own vulnerability and a homeostatic reaction to external changes.
Robots with emotions
Scientists also made a reference to the William Ashby experiment, conducted in the late 1940s. Ashby demonstrated an example of a homeostatic reaction in an inanimate system. He created an apparatus called a homeostat - an electromechanical device through which electric current was passed.
When changing the input parameters, the relays on the units of the homeostat were switched in such a way as to return to the preset equilibrium state. Man and Damasio propose combining such a system with machine learning to create robots that can independently evaluate how they interact with them and adjust their reaction accordingly.
Unlike a robot that is hard-coded for each situation or has a limited set of [predefined] behavioral responses, a robot that cares about its own survival can creatively solve the problems it faces, ”the authors of the study write.
However, scientists are not sure that such an approach will lead to the emergence of real emotions in robots, and not to the creation of a “mechanized simulacrum”. Whether mental phenomena can be reduced to processing information on an arbitrary medium is a question requiring a long and detailed clarification.
In any case, the creation of robots capable of exhibiting homeostatic reactions should help to improve their “behavioral autonomy”. Thus, it will be easier for people and robots to interact and resolve conflicts.