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|Title:||Cognitive and sociocultural aspects of robotized technology: innovative processes of adaptation|
|Authors:||Kvesko, S. B.|
Kvesko, B. B.
Kornienko, M. A.
Nikitina, Yulia Anatolyevna
Pankova, Nataliya Mikhailovna
|Keywords:||социокультурные аспекты; инновационные процессы; адаптация; роботизированные технологии; обмен; информация|
|Citation:||Cognitive and sociocultural aspects of robotized technology: innovative processes of adaptation / S. B. Kvesko [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — Bristol : IOP Publishing, 2018. — Vol. 363 : Cognitive Robotics : II International Conference, 22–25 November 2017, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [012012, 6 p.].|
|Abstract:||The paper dwells upon interaction between socio-cultural phenomena and cognitive characteristics of robotized technology. The interdisciplinary approach was employed in order to cast light on the manifold and multilevel identity of scientific advance in terms of robotized technology within the mental realm. Analyzing robotized technology from the viewpoint of its significance for the modern society is one of the upcoming trends in the contemporary scientific realm. The robots under production are capable of interacting with people; this results in a growing necessity for the studies on social status of robotized technological items. Socio-cultural aspect of cognitive robotized technology is reflected in the fact that the nature becomes 'aware' of itself via human brain, a human being tends to strives for perfection in their intellectual and moral dimensions.|
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