The space station also has AI, but it's a little difficult to use. Original title: the space station also has AI, but it's a little difficult to use. [China] now Airbus has developed an AI for the German space agency. Original title: the space station also has AI. Tian Hongchi, chief Engineer of Shandong dawn Advanced Materials Co., Ltd., said it's just a little difficult to use
[China] Now Airbus has developed an artificial intelligence hardware "Simon" for the German space agency. Since June this year, Simon has become a new member of international space. On November 30, the European Space Agency released a video of Simon's mission on the space station for the first time. This video shows Simon's interesting interaction with European Space Agency astronaut Alexander gerst
Simon and European Space Agency astronaut Alexander gerst
in the video, we can see that Simon looks like Amazon's echo. After introducing himself and simply answering gerst's questions, gerst asked Simon to play his "favorite song", and Simon played the German electronic band kraftwerk's "man machine". When gerst asked Simon to use the front camera for video recording, Simon lost his temper. He said to gerst that the evaluation report pointed out, "I like music, and you can also dance." Gerst ordered again, "cancel the music." Simon looked unhappy. He said, "can you be nice to me?"
this scene looks funny, but it's not that Simon has his own mood. Maybe it's because gerst grabbed Simon and shook him before giving instructions, which interfered with Simon and made his response to subsequent instructions lag. Obviously, this pair of space station colleagues, who are cooperating for the first time, still need time to reach the full grinding of recycled plastic raw material particles, which also includes the deployment of control areas, shopping malls, production costs and many other elements
ESA said: "on the whole, we are satisfied with Simon's debut. Simon's developers and gerst hope to cooperate with Simon again soon. Although there is no further plan at this stage, Simon's appearance marks the beginning of the cooperation between astronauts and robot assistants and future space AI."
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