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A Compact Brayton-Cycle Engine and Biomass Process for Mixed-Alcohol Fuels A Texas A&M chemical engineering professor has developed a process to convert biomass to a mixed alcohol fuel that contains more energy than fuel ethanol. He has also developed a compact Brayton-cycle engine (the same thermodynamic cycle employed by jet engines) capable of being powered by any type of fuel—including his MixAlco mixed alcohol fuel.
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Easier - Robots are machines that can perform some human tasks or imitate some of the things that a person can do.
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Cognitive Robots Companions: a vision
Research and technological development efforts in COGNIRON have a strong focus on basic research. To reach the project objectives of developing a cognitive robot companion, and in order to understand and implement the fundamental processes enabling cognition in artificial embodied artefacts, the project will adress the issues of representations, understanding, reasoning, and learning mechanisms and interaction with humans and other agents. The scope of the project is broad as a cognitive robot companion, beyond the necessary functions for sensing, moving and acting will exhibit the cognitive capacities enabling it to focus its attention, to understand the spatial and dynamic structure of its environment, to interact with it, to exhibit a social behaviour and to communicate with other agents and with humans at the appropriate level of abstraction, according to a given context.
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To date, computer vision systems have been unable to emulate the full capabilities of the human visual system.