Automata: AI’s Mechanical Counterpart

Introduction

Automata (singular: automaton) are machines that perform a prescribed set of physical actions via complex mechanical systems. These actions often mimic human physicality and their complexity can range from lifting a bowl to the ability to converse in multiple languages.

Euphonia

The Euphonia (The London Journal, 1870)

The latter refers to a particular automaton of the 19th century; Joseph Faber spent 25 years developing his “Euphonia”, a masterwork with the ability

Karakuri

Japanese antique model tea-serving robot"karakuri doll" | Japanese  antiques, Japanese dolls, Art dolls
Karakuri: Japanese automata

Automata Theory

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_automaton

Formal Language Theory

http://www.dcs.bbk.ac.uk/~ptw/research-methods-slides.pdf

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