The grouping of robots will be managed by "Unicum"

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Russia has successfully completed tests of the Unicum software package capable of managing a group robotstransmits RIA News a message from the deputy head of the United Instrument-Making Corporation, Sergei Skokov.



“This is the first system in Russia of such a level that has been successfully tested, is recognized as ready and accepted by the state customer. The program complex was successfully tested by a commission of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia and transferred to the customer. At the moment, the issue of introducing technology into real samples of robotics, both civil and military, including unmanned aerial vehicles, is being considered. ”- said the deputy head of the OPK.

According to him, “the“ Unicum ”software complex empowers machines with intellectual capabilities, allowing them to solve peaceful and combat tasks - separately or as part of a group - without human participation.” The system is able to control a group of 10-robotic units on land, at sea and in the air.

Skokov noted that the robotized complexes belonging to the group can independently, without human participation, “assign roles within the group, choose the“ older ”from their ranks, replace the disabled robots, take advantageous positions, search for targets, request the operator permission to defeat them and hit targets automatically. "
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  1. +32
    19 October 2015 16: 41
    you understand with your mind that "Terminator" is a fantastic film, but the associations are creepy
    1. +14
      19 October 2015 16: 43
      Well, both computers and cell phones were fantastic, and now everyday things.
      1. +8
        19 October 2015 16: 58
        It could be called differently, according to tradition, for example, "Snowdrop", or "Buttercup", or "Chippolino", or "Prostokvashino" ... laughing
        1. +3
          19 October 2015 17: 20
          Something like that in ... twelve years, the granddaughter of this box: - I'll make you "Chippolino", no tears will sprinkle from my eyes.))
          1. +2
            19 October 2015 20: 37
            I hope our "Skynet" does not revolt and will serve the motherland! In my opinion, not a bad idea! Efficiency increases significantly with drones or unmanned boats and tanks.
    2. +10
      19 October 2015 16: 46
      Now in the Russian Federation they have made a bet on it (the magic pendal of GDP), this is the future, and most importantly, to benefit people, for example:
      1. +10
        19 October 2015 16: 54
        The main thing is not to stop and move forward to artificial intelligence: Researchers from Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov as part of an international group created an ultrafast photon switch operating on silicon nanostructures. This device can become the basis of computers of the future and allow you to transfer data at tremendous speed. The development of scientists is presented in an article in the journal Nano Letters.
        This development relates to photonics - a scientific discipline that appeared in the sixties of the last century simultaneously with the advent of lasers. The main idea of ​​photonics is to do what electronics does, but with the replacement of electrons by light quanta - photons. Their main advantage is that they practically do not interact with each other and with the environment in which they are distributed, and therefore are more preferable for transmitting information than electrons. This can be primarily used in computers for which performance is the main indicator. http://www.strf.ru/material.aspx?CatalogId=222&d_no=107612#.ViFNSW6E4c0
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        2. +2
          19 October 2015 16: 58
          Quote: Samaritan
          The main thing is not to stop and continue to move forward to artificial intelligence



          The main thing is that military functions do not fall into civilian versions

          Developers will leave undocumented functions or do not very carefully check the code, which will go into civilian versions.

          am
          1. +4
            19 October 2015 17: 03
            Quote: bulvas
            Quote: Samaritan
            The main thing is not to stop and continue to move forward to artificial intelligence



            The main thing is that military functions do not fall into civilian versions

            Developers will leave undocumented functions or do not very carefully check the code, which will go into civilian versions.

            am

            Like it or not, they will touch! Here civil robots migrated to the military and vice versa:
        3. 0
          19 October 2015 17: 58
          Quote: Samaritan
          The main thing is not to stop and continue to move forward to artificial intelligence

          Maybe we just need to stop and look around to see if we are going in that direction (this is not only in relation to AI)? Yes, it wouldn't hurt to understand your own intelligence. And about the "first in Russia" - and, for example, the "Polyana" system, then how to call it? I understand that a head-on comparison doesn't work, but nevertheless ...
      2. +1
        19 October 2015 17: 03
        So this is a medical exoskeleton. For rehabilitation, etc. He "walks" after the patient.
        Nevertheless, exoskeletons for military use are being developed in Russia.
      3. 0
        19 October 2015 17: 23
        and most importantly, for the benefit of people, for example: For the benefit of which people? What is the cost of this invention and who will be able to purchase this device, as I suppose, the disabled will not be given "free", but it will cost no less than a few muliks. recourse
        1. +1
          19 October 2015 18: 25
          "Additive technologies" (3d printers - one of the directions) have not yet become a household tool, but they will. Then you enter the proper programs - you make the parts for yourself - assemble with your own hands - and off you go. Our structures, perhaps, should concentrate on this direction, so that at one moment it turns out that the guys can keep their dollars. Widespread adoption will change the very concept of production, and the industry in the modern sense will be needed for ships, aircraft, and construction.
        2. 0
          20 October 2015 18: 03
          Take away this minus, it as a respectable taxpayer with 25 years of experience annoys me very much, like those walkers for oligarchs in the video. Respect for scientists.
          1. 0
            21 October 2015 17: 44
            Thank you very much
    3. +1
      19 October 2015 16: 50
      Unfortunately, it’s not very fantastic ... (((
      1. 0
        19 October 2015 16: 59
        Robot policeman slightly fell short of expectations :)))
        1. +1
          19 October 2015 17: 39
          ..... most importantly, he gave honor to the robot ....... laughing
    4. +15
      19 October 2015 17: 01
      Quote: Hubun
      but the associations are creepy

      It would be necessary to start wiping the computer more often from dust .... Maybe then it will be counted?
      1. +3
        19 October 2015 18: 00
        Do you want to make an enemy ?? associative HE will immediately understand that you treat him like furniture, that is, like a tree! belay better try to talk with him, convince him of your need wassat
        In general, all the achievements of science are described by science fiction writers, or almost everything. As soon as the UAVs appeared, I remembered Sheckley's story "The Guardian Bird".
        Summary
        Created to prevent the killing of people, self-learning robotic birds very quickly begin to consider any violence against any living creature from humans to plants to be murders.
        very informative .... the year of writing is all the more impressive - 1953 ...
    5. 0
      19 October 2015 17: 17
      Yeah. Americans are worried again ...
      If only they didn’t strike in a panic, otherwise they will run away from us to Mars!
    6. +2
      19 October 2015 21: 33
      Quote: Hubun
      you understand with your mind that "Terminator" is a fantastic film, but the associations are creepy

      Considering that we are seriously working on the creation of transforming robots and now, programs are being created to control combat robotic platforms, I think in ten years from now, there will be no people on the battlefield and the wars themselves will look completely different.
  2. +4
    19 October 2015 16: 44
    This is a real breakthrough! This is import substitution, not in words, but in reality. We are waiting for a video of field tests.
  3. +6
    19 October 2015 16: 45
    In Russia, the tests of the Unicum software package were successfully completed,
    This, well, then it turns out that Hollywood was right ...
  4. +1
    19 October 2015 16: 46
    People - I apologize for the off-top --- but I need the help of those who are strong in the history of the Second World War.
    The crux of the matter - here I am being hammered with this article from 2011 ---> http://www.novayagazeta.ru/society/48918.html
    article that in October 1941 in Moscow there was a panic and so on and so forth.
    I need a thorough answer from knowledgeable people to just as thoroughly answer this ... Fiction.
    Thank you in advance.
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    3. +3
      19 October 2015 17: 50
      Quote: demo_mag
      Thank you in advance.

      Agree - The new newspaper will not lie!
      Was there a panic? - Was it on such a scale? - is not a fact .
    4. +1
      19 October 2015 21: 49
      It was, of course. German Intelligence really tried to fan the panic. The population could not help but see how enterprises and the administration were being evacuated from Moscow. So it only needed a push and massive panic ensured. But the NKVD and military counterintelligence did not eat their bread for nothing. In the most dangerous period, according to eyewitnesses, the sentence was given in the nearest gateway. And Stalin did not just stay in Moscow .. although the Central Committee apparatus was evacuated.
      In general .. the Soviet state bodies won the battle for Moscow in Moscow itself, and the Red Army on the battlefield. This is a historical fact and it is useless to argue with it.
  5. 0
    19 October 2015 16: 46
    Indeed "Unicum", but what the Japanese, what can they oppose us!? ....
    1. 0
      19 October 2015 21: 52
      And what are the Japanese somehow famous in the field of programming? Attempts to build humanoid machines are not the development of robotics. This is more of an emotional factor .. here it prevails among the Japanese.
  6. +6
    19 October 2015 16: 47
    Interesting. Is this about the same as our cruise missiles? Only more powerful and perfect. Soon, self-learning robots will appear soon.
  7. +3
    19 October 2015 16: 49
    The system is capable of controlling a group of 10-robotic units on land, at sea and in the air.
    A couple of years ago I listened to an interview of a lady from the Okolokamaz KB. Flashed about field trials of robotic control - THERE IS WHERE the dog rummaged. And we argued for a long time after the 9go of May where is the third crew member in Armata. And there go already the first two are just for control.
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    1. +11
      19 October 2015 17: 13
      [quote = MainBeam] But Skynet was born in Russia.
      And we scold America.

      Well, why scold. Naturally skynet development of Russia. You look in the film robots do not go around Russia trampling skulls and catching partisans. They walk around the USA and look for cowardly amers who hide in basements. Skynet was in service in the Russian Federation. The Americans showed off to such an extent that even artificial intelligence decided to free the whole world from this infection and destroyed America. Then the whole world began to live happily. Hollywood simply did not show how the world lives and rejoices, but showed the destroyed USA. laughing hi
  9. +4
    19 October 2015 16: 52
    the robotic systems included in the group can independently, without human participation, “distribute roles within the group, choose a“ senior ”from their ranks, replace disabled robots, take advantageous positions, search for targets, request permission from the operator to defeat them, and hit targets in automatic mode


    Wide enough step to create "SkyNet" and its Terminators.
    1. +3
      19 October 2015 17: 20
      Quote: ma_shlomha
      Quite a broad step towards the creation of "SkyNet" and its Terminators.

      They have in the film "SkyNet", and we will soon have "The Avenger" in real life!
      And connect it to the "Perimeter" !!!
      1. 0
        20 October 2015 10: 29
        Yes, come on guys, everything has been connected for a long time. Ours are not mattress covers - they won’t just get in the way. If they say - it will be by the 2020 year - it means it already is, but it passes the test checks, if they say in the near future - then the checks have already passed ... hi soldier
  10. 0
    19 October 2015 16: 56
    Even I have big doubts. Here not so long ago they showed on a box how robots push each other to overcome obstacles without human intervention. It took years of institute scientists in the west, and the system is not so hot how it works ... And we have a whack, and reported.
  11. 0
    19 October 2015 16: 57
    The system is capable of controlling a group of 10 robotic units on land, at sea and in the air.

    Well, God forbid, what would actually happen like on paper.
  12. +9
    19 October 2015 16: 59
    Give fighting politically savvy robots for the next five years!
    1. +2
      19 October 2015 17: 10
      Judging by the picture, someone clearly outplayed in Warhammer 40000 ... wink
      P.S. By the way, there is the emblem of the Space Marine - a two-headed eagle.
      1. 0
        21 October 2015 10: 30
        The double-headed eagle is not only for CD. at the Guard too. This is generally the emblem of the Imperium of mankind so-and-so.
  13. +2
    19 October 2015 17: 02
    "Skynet. Beginning" belay
  14. +1
    19 October 2015 17: 02
    Well, if combat robots will be made with Schwartz appearance, then who will be John Connor?
  15. +5
    19 October 2015 17: 12
    Progress is progress, but you should not forget about the human factor.
  16. 0
    19 October 2015 17: 22
    request I am glad that we have such cool scientists. But why is everything that they compose goes only to the defense industry? Let for the citizen do something for a change.
  17. 0
    19 October 2015 17: 39
    And the other day, one comrade from the Duma of our programmers to reduce, a sort of meager.
  18. 0
    19 October 2015 17: 41
    On PCeRs there is a similar system, here it seems to be more perfect.
  19. -1
    19 October 2015 17: 51
    Well done, of course. And after: http: //www.youtube.com/watch? V = iS7Dh672d1U & feature = em-subs_digest
    1. 0
      19 October 2015 18: 27
      Justification minus, there are no robots since a costume was used in the show program
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  21. +2
    19 October 2015 18: 55
    And the keyboard is without a Russian layout. wassat
    1. +1
      19 October 2015 19: 12
      Trophy! Otherwise, what for is it a ROBOT ??? laughing
  22. +3
    19 October 2015 19: 34
    Robots in the army - that's right. This is a buzz. But, with robots there is one jamb of fundamental property. An ordinary army is made up of people. People have mothers, fathers, children, wives, husbands ... Give people a frostbitten order - one out of 10 will only fulfill. But the robot doesn’t care, it doesn’t matter to whom to wet ... Do you smell what it smells? If this idea is brought to the point of absurdity (I emphasize this especially), then with new feudalism.
  23. -2
    19 October 2015 20: 33
    Hello everyone. I am a pederast from Ukraine, join our LGBT community.
  24. 0
    19 October 2015 20: 38
    Quote: Samaritan
    The main thing is not to stop and move forward to artificial intelligence: Researchers from Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov as part of an international group created an ultrafast photon switch operating on silicon nanostructures. This device can become the basis of the computers of the future and allow you to transfer data with great speed.



    Only you forgot to write that you did it in a factory in Australia. Not in Russia, but in some sort of AUSTRALIA
  25. +1
    19 October 2015 20: 42
    And by what criteria will AI determine enemies? If the authority to open fire on its own is also programmed, then "Doomsday" will soon come ...
  26. +2
    19 October 2015 20: 53
    Skynet is the beginning.
  27. +1
    19 October 2015 20: 56
    Quote: Hubun
    you understand with your mind that "Terminator" is a fantastic film, but the associations are creepy

    This is not fiction, but reality. You just have to wait a bit
    1. 0
      19 October 2015 22: 32
      Long wait for the coming .. to be forever. The basis of ALL real processors and probably in the near future is also TRANSISTORS. Yes, they are very small and very many, but their essence does not change. They understand only black and white, unity and zero. Any deviations from this - everything is programmed by a person and cannot go beyond the program.
      So that IR .. suddenly inflamed the instinct of self-preservation and initiated the destruction of the threat (of humanity), we are not threatened.
  28. 0
    19 October 2015 21: 11
    It is time to begin the modernization of man! Evolution does not have time! In cyborgs, the future of mankind, otherwise robots will replace us.
  29. 0
    19 October 2015 22: 15
    As for the software, I have no doubt that our kulibins are the best in the world, which has been proved more than once at the Olympic Games in pragromirogy, but as for manufacturing technology, it will be hard to catch up with the Japanese and Americans
  30. 0
    20 October 2015 00: 29
    This is a system for a group of cruise missiles launched by a potential enemy’s AUG.
    "Wolf Pack".
  31. +2
    20 October 2015 03: 25
    and hit targets automatically. ”

  32. 0
    20 October 2015 06: 44
    Yeah, how much money a man bought into armament, what would have been more than enough for the colonization of other planets ...
  33. +1
    20 October 2015 07: 00
    And then why do we need them? Will they just believe in us?