Hal: Child-robot with human reactions helps doctors. The UNI’s “library” stores anger, prolonged pain, surprise, wonder, anxiety, anxiety, crying, yawning
Do robots feel emotions?
HAL met him for the first time in Stanley Kubrick’s “2001 Odyssey of Space”. Now we are getting acquainted with another HAL: a patient pediatric clinic simulator, which has expressions of a living human being, who can express feelings, make movements, speak.
The baby robot was designed by the Gaumard Health Care Modeling Simulator to help medical school students develop the specific skills required in communicating, diagnosing and treating young patients.
HAL is capable of answering a series of questions and simulating a wide range of emotional states that are “stored” in its powerful UNI operating system. UNI’s “library” stores anger, prolonged pain, surprise, wonder, anxiety, anxiety, crying, yawning. In addition, functional allows users to create their own facial expressions and feelings to broaden the range of learning experience.
Gaumard has equipped the HAL with interactive eyes, heart, lung and bowel sounds, fingers and heartbeat. HAL may “suffer” a cardiac arrest, can do a glucose test (a special needle on the finger) and control it in real time with the oxygen saturation rate (i.e., Sp02). In addition, she may receive some first-aid surgery.
HAL can say “I know it was not all good with me, but I can assure you, with confidence, that everything will go well. I feel much better now. Really…”;