Pablo Lanillos, researcher and professor at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior
Today's robots are unable to recognize their own existence and, therefore, to identify themselves in a mirror. Although it was to be expected, it has been empirically demonstrated by projects such as that of the creative studio Waltz Binaire, which presented a robot equipped with an image recognition system before the quicksilver. Narciss — that's what the machine was called — caught a glimpse of a toaster, a tree, a stop sign, and a bicycle parked in front of a television. But he never recognized himself ….
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