Digital Culture –| 2008

electronic art, technology and culture

AI computer systems in “Formula car racing”

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I’m not familiar with old Japanese animation like Astroboy, but I remember a Japanese animation which actually uses a concept of AI  in car racing. I hope this post helps your idea for sci-fi essay.


 Cyber Formula involves AI (artificial intelligence) computer systems in Formula car racing in the future. The AI computer system actually talks to the driver and if there is any danger, the AI computer support systems will automatically avoid it, or change the car’s scheduled course.

I think this type of vehicles can be created in the future.

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Written by hideyukidesign

September 17, 2008 at 5:45 am

Posted in week 8 - AI vs. AL

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  1. Nice. I remember Yosa mentioned something about Knight Rider earlier. GPX’s cool as it show us that not all the top racing model have to be a tofu delivery truck.

    masterpete

    September 18, 2008 at 1:48 am

  2. Thanks, Pete. How about Speed Racer? It also originated in Japanese old animation, right?? I’ve never seen it. Does it have any AI system?

    hideyukidesign

    September 18, 2008 at 2:52 am

  3. the only Jaoanese animation series referring the AI i remembered was the Dr. Slump. Dr. Slump build a little girl robot named Arale Norimaki. because Dr. Slump is a lousy inventor, the robot soon turned out to be ill-mannered, rude, and in severe need of eyeglasses.

    kerrylin2008

    September 19, 2008 at 10:51 am

  4. Exactly!! There are many android characters in Akira Toriyama’s animation. Android No.17 and No.18 are also famous characters in Dragon Ball Z.

    hideyukidesign

    September 19, 2008 at 11:53 am

  5. only? ONLY? ONLY?!?!?

    Kerry, how about something simple like DORAEMON!?

    That’s it. I’ll post a quick Doraemon achivement in science.

    @hideyuki:
    Mach GoGoGo (Speed Racer) did not have AI controlled car. That’s real skills, baby.

    masterpete

    September 22, 2008 at 2:01 pm


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