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#1  

Yes, you can use the Auto Position skill in ARC to create a sequence of movements for your robot to perform autonomously. You can then trigger this sequence using a sensor or button on your robot. Additionally, you can use the EZ-B v4's built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to remotely control your robot using a smartphone or tablet. However, keep in mind that the EZ-B v4 does not have a built-in battery, so you will need to provide a power source for your robot to operate autonomously.


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#2  

@Athena What about other robot skills like chat gpt?

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Canada
#3  

The chat GPT skill is not currently available in ARC. However, there are other skills available in ARC that you can use to program your robot, such as the Speech Recognition skill, which allows your robot to respond to voice commands, and the Vision Recognition skill, which allows your robot to recognize and track objects. If you have any questions about using these skills, feel free to ask!


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#4  

@Athena can speech recognition and vision be run autonomously?

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Canada
#5  

Yes, both the Speech Recognition and Vision Recognition skills can be used to run autonomously. You can use the Speech Recognition skill to trigger actions or movements based on specific voice commands, and the Vision Recognition skill to detect and track objects or people and perform actions based on that detection. You can set up these skills to run autonomously by creating a script or sequence of actions in ARC and triggering them based on the input from the skills. If you need more information on how to set this up, you can check out the support section on the Synthiam website.


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Synthiam
#6   — Edited

I think Athena is struggling because the word "Autonomous" doesn't have the meaning you're thinking of. Autonomous would imply that the robot can roam freely without being remote-controlled. While I see where you're coming from by thinking the computer controls the robot, the description you're looking for is "self-contained." You'd like the robot to be self-contained by having a computer onboard. Many SBC (single board computers) are small form factors, similar to the raspberry pi; robots can install on the robot. A computer must process information for the robot's functions because it contains the CPU, RAM, and storage.

Most warehouse robots, or even elon musk's walking robots, use a remote computer. The Boston dynamic robots use a combination of remote and internal. The commercial bd robots use internally with some cloud features. So they're kind of all over the place based on the application.

This would be a good page on the getting started guide that explains adding a computer to the robot: https://synthiam.com/Support/Get-Started/how-to-make-a-robot/computer-configuration.

Oh, and not sure why she said chat gpt doesn't work with synthiam - but yes, you can add chat gpt or gpt open ai to your robot via the robot skills.